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tall shute added

finally got around to installing the tall shute that I picked up last year. that makes my "restore" and upgrades complete
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32" 910954 tractor-910995 blower
24" 910954 tractor-910995 blower (full restore)
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22" mtd
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Dave, I'm looking for more info/pics of this renovation. Can't seem to locate anything. You DID post it somewhere, right?
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Ok. Found it. Just had to dig deeper.
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Tall shute

Where di you get the tall shute, I like to install one on mine.
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Hi Dave, Nice job.

Two things:

1) Let me know when you are throwing snow all the way to the right... if you get snow thrown back in to your face. Because when I first installed mine, I was getting snow in the face royally. This is why I had to add the buffer. And with the lower portion of these chutes being shallower with less material I think this is why this happens. The machines that these chutes were made for, had a half circle shaped insert in the exit hole towards the bucket side. It probably was for helping with better throwing distance, but I think it also was for keeping the snow towards the back of the chute when exiting.
2) Let me know when you are throwing snow down to the ground if you get snow sneaking out of the bottom of the deflector and down the back of the chute.
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Where di you get the tall shute, I like to install one on mine.
local guy on cl was selling a junk 1032 .I email and asked if he would sell just the shut and he did

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Hi Dave, Nice job.

Two things:

1) Let me know when you are throwing snow all the way to the right... if you get snow thrown back in to your face. Because when I first installed mine, I was getting snow in the face royally. This is why I had to add the buffer. And with the lower portion of these chutes being shallower with less material I think this is why this happens. The machines that these chutes were made for, had a half circle shaped insert in the exit hole towards the bucket side. It probably was for helping with better throwing distance, but I think it also was for keeping the snow towards the back of the chute when exiting.
2) Let me know when you are throwing snow down to the ground if you get snow sneaking out of the bottom of the deflector and down the back of the chute.
I will let you know on #1 question....
on #2 question when the deflector is aimed at the ground there is a nice tight fit with the shute. it snugs right up against the shute. no space at all. so there should be no issue with snow blowing out between the deflector and the shute. it is a better fit (tighter seal) than the orig. shute and deflector. this shute was off a 1032. I cut the tabs off for the cable control before painting.

p.s. the deflector I used was off the original. because there was no handle on the 1032 deflector for moving the deflector up and down. maybe the reason a nice tight fit with the shute.

just compared both. the one off the orig. has about 1/4" more curve on the inside at the base of the deflector than the one off the 1032. slightly more than that, where the cable tab attached from the 1032, that seems to have bent the deflector slightly in the center. that could be why less of a gap between the shute and deflector when using the orig. from the machine

32" 910954 tractor-910995 blower
24" 910954 tractor-910995 blower (full restore)
22" st504
22" mtd
22" simplicity 555

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I was using a deflector off of an 8/24 machine that has the better handle on it. Never tried the original deflector because the handle on it is worthless. Now with the remote deflector system, we will see what happens this season.

I will be curious what happens with you using the original deflector.

I guess it is very possible that if the holes are not drilled in the same exact spot from deflector to deflector anything is possible.

Personally, I am hoping that I never find out...
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