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post #1 of 12 Old 10-02-2016, 01:34 AM Thread Starter
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Yamaha YS624 in Colorado $300.00 obo

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I'd look into this myself if I was not already set for this coming winter....
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You can never have too many snowblowers!!! Go for it!!!
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Seems in pretty good shape (later model with plastic tank and 4 forward speeds), tracks seem ok (but they need to be checked closely-small cracks or no cracks is good, deep cracks and they may come apart in the middle of a storm), electric start and headlight is a plus.
If I needed one I'd sure go for it. You may be able to sell in in snow time for $500-850.
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I'm happy to say this one is coming to a good home. Unusual to find electric start on a 6 hp.
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I'm happy to say this one is coming to a good home. Unusual to find electric start on a 6 hp.
That's great ! Glad someone here is getting it.
Hope it's not that far away from you !
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Just posted a pic of this one with new paint on the front end.
https://www.snowblowerforum.com/forum...85-post14.html
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Just posted a pic of this one with new paint on the front end.
https://www.snowblowerforum.com/forum...85-post14.html

Nice !!!
Those tracks look to be in great shape too !
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I actually wish the tracks were in better shape - - -. The rest of it was good, just neglected.
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The tracks do NOT look too bad.
If they fail, you can install Honda HS724 tracks with no modifications needed. (I did on one of my Yamaha 624's).
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Thanks, that's good to know. I knew the track swap was possible but was under the impression that some unspecified mods were also needed.
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