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Will be getting my LMC9ST this Friday and will be needing help as I am not familiar with this machine . Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
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Yay I get to be the first to welcome you.
I'm so excited to have you here. I probably have about 100 questions. Like where did you find it....
The machine was made in Japan. There are very very few in North America.
I'm assuming you have found
https://www.snowblowerforum.com/forum/jdm-wado-yanmar/
The category of "JDM" refers to Japanese Domestic Market. Again I am excited to see it.
All the photos of my machine (most of them were in the DeLorean thread) disappeared when this forum changed awhile back.
Not to worry. I still have it and can re-upload photos. But for now I want to see photos of your LMC snowblower.
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I to am excited , coming from Wyoming on Friday . Crazy about snow, I am a Gravely fan but when I had the chance I couldn't resist . I will take pictures when she gets here and get back to you. Thank you . Rick
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apparently has not been started /ran/driven / in years. No matter what its gonna be cool !!!
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You said it's coming from Wyoming? Around Jackson Hole perhaps? It seems many were operated at ski resorts. Probably related to the people buying the LMC snowcats. The Yanmar engine on these remind me of the old Kohlers K-series like you would find on a Gravely. It may need some carb cleaning but I'm sure it will be fine.
By the way...I'm in the process of restoring a Gravely walk-behind (my first Gravely) so perhaps you can help me with that.
One thing I don't know if I have ever posted here regarding my LMC. I do have the manual.
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If you are curious about any photos being discussed in the DeLorean thread, the links to the photos do not appear, but they still exist, they're just hidden. If you click on a posts "quote" button you will see the image links. You can view them with a copy/paste. Very clunky way to see the photos, but as I said, if you are curious enough.
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3rd time trying to reply to you, I am not well versed with computer . What model Gravely are you working on , and year ?
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Casper Wyoming from a ski resort .
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Ah, Casper wouldn't have been my first guess.
My Gravely is not all that old. 1972. Not an L. A 12 HP Convertible or Commercial I think they called them during that era. Currently in many pieces getting all the paint stripped and blasted. A snow cannon is my only attachment (so far).
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What color ( factory ) is it , what other attachments are you interested in aquiring ?
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