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new powerhouse for the st824

Finally decided to spoil the st824. Now, I can't wait for summer time to put it on the machine and rip all the snow we are going to get hehehe
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post #2 of 8 Old 01-23-2015, 04:28 AM
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hope all goes well with the engine swap this summer

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Cool! Another reason to go to Canada this year. Drop the girls off for a movie
or the mall and go to Princess Auto.

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Interesting, I see the primer bulb, the safety key and the throttle speed knob, but no choke lever/knob. Is this an automatic choke carburetor?

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By the manual it is combined with the throttle control knob
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Finally decided to spoil the st824. Now, I can't wait for summer time to put it on the machine and rip all the snow we are going to get hehehe
why don't you do it now..:conf used:

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Finally decided to spoil the st824. Now, I can't wait for summer time to put it on the machine and rip all the snow we are going to get hehehe
I wonder who is the engine manufacturer for Princess Auto maybe Loncin?

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Ariens ST1530DLE, and good ole arm powered scrapper.
The 15 HP is a new Ducar engine sold
by Princess Auto in Canada.
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1- motor is at my sister's 2 hours drive from here
2- unheated shed

Might just bite the bullet and drive and freeze to do it. Anxious to do it. Was waiting till I killed the tecumseh but maybe i should sell it for a few bucks.
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