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Hey GreenMtnMan.

Do you have the pdf of the parts diagrams?
Scot e mailed me mine.

60049 is the part number for the missing panel.
At least it is for mine, look at yours if you have it what is your part number for the panel?

Mine is reference number 85 on the diagram. With a part number listed as 60049.
They look to be the same panel.

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greatwhitebuffalo. most of them have been on there for a while and keep getting re listed.
I do see a few new items have been added, thanks for posting.

The panel he needs is not there.

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Who you asking Frog?

Do you mean his missing panel?
Asking about the snow blower we're discussing in the thread.

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Is that one were the whole impeller housing rotates to go left to right ??
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Asking about the snow blower we're discussing in the thread.

I know that.

Is WHAT the one were the whole impeller housing rotates to go left to right ??

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Big Ed, look up to where you just quoted me asking about the "whole impeller housing"

That's WHAT

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Never mind I guess your asking about the re coil that got stuck? That is called the front engine cover on the diagram, it has the re coil in it.

I guess yes then, it looks like it is stuck there maybe?
I never had mine off yet.

GreenMtnMan takes a lot of naps, it might take a few days for him to see the questions.

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I asked him about his car in the driveway last March I think it was, he answered last week.

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It looks like he might have to finish taking the chain bar off and then tilt the engine cover forward to slip it up and off the bottom?

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I re-checked the serial number on the engine and that is correct. I do not have the PDF parts or service manual for this model. I've been keeping an eye on Ebay, nothing has come up that I can use. Getting the side panel is not a big deal. It seems like most folks took them off due to vibration noise. If one turns up at a reasonable price I would buy it. I had an S-263 that I picked up really cheap. It had sat outside, everything on it was seized. But there was nothing missing. I had to remove one of the wheel bolts just to move it around. I gave it to a guy who promised he was going to fully restore it. Be patient with me, I work six days a week, and I have a lot of irons in the fire, but I want to get this going and see what it will do.

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I re-checked the serial number on the engine and that is correct. I do not have the PDF parts or service manual for this model. I've been keeping an eye on Ebay, nothing has come up that I can use. Getting the side panel is not a big deal. It seems like most folks took them off due to vibration noise. If one turns up at a reasonable price I would buy it. I had an S-263 that I picked up really cheap. It had sat outside, everything on it was seized. But there was nothing missing. I had to remove one of the wheel bolts just to move it around. I gave it to a guy who promised he was going to fully restore it. Be patient with me, I work six days a week, and I have a lot of irons in the fire, but I want to get this going and see what it will do.
No problem I was only busting on you.
During the week I work a lot too, work, sleep, work!

You do know that the one bolt on the chain side is the sheer bolt?
Don't replace it with a stronger bolt.

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I was asking GreenMtnMan if on his snowbird S-225 if the whole impeller housing moved back and forth to direct snow left or right.
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