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What is this part

It works with no load on it when I go to blow it all my augers and throwers stop same thing with driving portion on it blower is from 1979 it has 2 Allen screws and bolt in center motor still works just every thing else stops
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It sure does look like a centrufigal clutch.

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Something like this.

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And welcome to the forum, from the Keystone State.

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thats cool. its completely chain driven
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Wow... that does look like a centrifugal clutch. I've never seen one of those on a snowblower!

The problem you describe could be due to the clutch being worn out, or the engine operating at too low an RPM. The way those clutches work they engage above a certain RPM and disengage below.

If the engine's running at the right speed, pull the clutch off and take it to a place that sells minibikes and go-karts - many of those use centrifugal clutches.

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How about posting the machines model/serial number ??
Never seen a Drift Breaker or any machine with a centrifugal clutch

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How about posting the machines model/serial number ??
Never seen a Drift Breaker or any machine with a centrifugal clutch
Not sure frog but I think he's missing the id tag.

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unfortunately the model and the serial number is no longer on it I'm looking for a replacement if anybody has a part number or some where I can buy a replacement
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I'd try contacting Searspartsdirect.com
Might even try the live chat feature but they might need to see a picture of it.
Hopefully it isn't someone's backyard fix. That would be a nightmare. (Good thing is that chain adjuster looks like it's stock)
BUT, you might be able to take it off and find a place selling go cart parts and maybe they could match it up to something.

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