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post #11 of 22 Old 01-06-2019, 11:57 PM
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that pretty cool. definitely looks a in a nicer shape than the one i have been watching. i might wait till summer and if is still available then maybe i will pick it up and see about restoring it.
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That chute rotating mechanism is unique, haven't seen that before. Not to mention the exhaust pointing back at the operator. Thanks for sharing.
Same chute on my little Simplicity S4 from same vintage, best mechanism I've ever used, you can go 180 degrees in a couple twists and if it gets ice on it its easy to break free.
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Pretty cool!


Whats new classiccat? How's the tecumseh 4hp doing?
The old sidepopper is still going strong scrappy! I haven't used it in awhile though... maybe I'll dust it off this weekend and fire it up!


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That chute rotating mechanism is unique, haven't seen that before. Not to mention the exhaust pointing back at the operator. Thanks for sharing.
This chute control works well; I have an Allis Chalmers Tracker-7 (#1 favorite machine in the fleet) with this mechanism.

The exhaust on this particular model is silly; I've seen guys add a 90 fitting to aim the exhaust away from the operator.


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The old sidepopper is still going strong scrappy! I haven't used it in awhile though... maybe I'll dust it off this weekend and fire it up!
Yeah fire that sucker up!


Side popper, my favorite engine ever made. One of these days when I retire, gonna build me a mini bike. With a wild ass side popper!
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I always wanted one of those in either simplicity or allis.
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The impeller exit chute looks small, restricted, I would think it would clog?

What is the long rod going to the auger housing for?

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The impeller exit chute looks small, restricted, I would think it would clog?

What is the long rod gong to the auger housing for?
if you look closely you will see a " string" from that rod to the chute.

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if you look closely you will see a " string" from that rod to the chute.
Turns the chute! Thanks.

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Here is my 1980 724 Allis Chalmers. Mines in the middle of the 8 and the 5 HP models shown here. All look great !
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