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post #21 of 23 Old 03-02-2020, 08:10 PM
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feels like someone has been deleting posts because even i feel like something i posted in this thread is no long here.
Odd.. If my posts are improper in some way I would like to know why as to avoid doing something wrong without knowing what it is.
I think my missing post is about the cons of overspeeding these engines we have.



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post #22 of 23 Old 03-02-2020, 10:11 PM
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Odd.. If my posts are improper in some way I would like to know why as to avoid doing something wrong without knowing what it is.
I think my missing post is about the cons of overspeeding these engines we have.

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Well . . . what exactly would that have to do with helping the OP choose between a 2005 and 2012 Troy Storm ?? I'm not arguing about your issues with overspeeding an engine only that it's not relevant to this snowblower choice.
The thread started to devolve into an engine discussion and those posts were deleted as off topic. I have a troy with the little 179cc so mentioning a bigger engine on a troy might be appropriate for the 2012 but overspeed and Tecumsehs exploding don't really help the OP IMHO.
Anyone wanting to discuss overspeeding or flat head vs OHV or any other issue can do so freely in repairs & maintenance or general discussion.


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The thread started to devolve into an engine discussion and those posts were deleted as off topic. I have a troy with the little 179cc so mentioning a bigger engine on a troy might be appropriate for the 2012 but overspeed and Tecumsehs exploding don't really help the OP IMHO.
but if he is in the market for snowblower shouldn't he be aware of the engines available and possible issue even tho he has not been back since his first post?

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