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post #11 of 16 Old 07-30-2014, 04:05 PM
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those are the same wheels that TORO uses on their stuff.

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I have this type on all of my snow blowers. Will not slip out of your hands and will work with your mittens on. I think they call it a "D" handle and under $8.00.

Toro 8/24 (38080) 1989
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You can also peruse e-bay they have those greenie type handles on there to.

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Any reason a used 3650 2 stroke shouldn't fit into this machine? trying to give her a bit more power.
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Just a tip, try to avoid brake cleaner on your carb. It ruins all the little gaskets and seals, it's too harsh for carbs. Stick with carb cleaner.
I know this is an old post but brake cleaner is way less caustic than carb clean.
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Or I could be a little less cheap and buy extra starting fluid...
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