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Have Snow brust? Well this will throw some brust.

Craigslist rare Snow Brust Thrower! Maybe you Jacobsen experts can tell us what year this one is. At less than $60 I'm thinking this is a bargain.Snow Brust Thrower

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$60 is no bargain for it's age, has the belt been replaced? How can you ensure the carb has no varnish? Even if it runs good. What about the auger cable, ready to not move?
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I would say it is an early 80's machine. Jacobsen made their own engines for this and parts are hard to find. I still see carb kits, paddles and scrapers are available. I personally wouldn't buy it.

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Is this a newer version of the Sonw Burst model?
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Is this a newer version of the Sonw Burst model?
Is this an older version of the SNOW burst model?

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Is this an older version of the SNOW burst model?
CL add said Snow Brust
not Snow Burst
I was attempting to be funny with my Sonw Burst comment.
edit: Now I see you got it. Sorry.

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