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10-13-2018 02:31 PM
JamesReady
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Originally Posted by tdipaul View Post
how bout some pis of this machine
Holy Crap guys....!! I never got around to getting the pics of this old work horse for you....

Bad news.... I just sold the old girl and got a Yamahoooo YS624, but she is still running great....

Here's some pics... Again, sorry for forgetting....I'm old..!
03-13-2018 05:41 PM
Rich Speers On the bucket list is the infamous "Drift Breaker" Craftsman. May be a novelty but I love how it signifies MORE POWER ARGH ARGH ARGH.--even though it doesn't mean more power.
11-11-2016 02:09 PM
bad69cat A little maintenance on an older machine goes way better than a lot of money for a newer lower quality unit any day in my book. I flip the new machines I never keep them for myself. Some people feel warm and fuzzy because it looks prettier - NOT ME! lol



11-11-2016 10:39 AM
Dauntae I love the old machines, Trying to find parts for a smaller version of that craftsman, Still in decent shape but missing a few parts. Hoping it runs but well I have no starter on it LOL
10-30-2016 08:56 AM
YSHSfan Yeah...
10-30-2016 08:12 AM
tdipaul how bout some pis of this machine
10-29-2016 07:39 PM
JamesReady
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Originally Posted by HCBPH View Post
Glad it's worked out so well for you. Don't know that model or part but if you can't find a replacement part it might be possible to use something like a heim joint as a replacement. Just a thought.

Paul
Yeah, Thanx, I found the ball joints for the gear shifter shaft and also discovered the axle bushings were shot... Found new ones also...pricy, but what the ****, I'm not buying a modern plastic snowblower anytime soon... !!

Bring on the snow... she's ready..!!
03-22-2016 06:00 AM
HCBPH Glad it's worked out so well for you. Don't know that model or part but if you can't find a replacement part it might be possible to use something like a heim joint as a replacement. Just a thought.

Paul
02-15-2016 07:52 PM
nwcove give ya $20 for it..as is ! lol they dont make em like they used to.
02-15-2016 07:49 PM
td5771 Back then they were still good machines. Most were compared to their modern counterparts.
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