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Traded a lawn mower i got for free and cleaned the carb and sharpened the blade and oil change for the 1029 murray i had set max rpms to 3600 and put and imp kit on it only threw 25 feet grumble xxxx box
tranny locked up so i traded for the engine kept the bucket and handle bars
Thinking about stripping and painting bucket gear box is good id like to see someon get use of it
maybe somebody needs it but not likely
going to be looking for a 926 le to put the hmsk110 on and use a 3.25 pulley and set rpms to 3725 ish thats the project
Was hoping it was a 1 inch shaft buts 3/4

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i have a craftsman 10/28 made by murray/noma. i made my impeller mod and it throws more than 25 ft but i never measured, vids of it shown in my sig, stock pulleys and 3600rpm.
maybe belt slippin
tranny locked up?
sharpened blades?

Bought a dead but now fixed 1980ish craftsman II 10/28....ITS ONE HEAVY BEAST

MY VIDS ON FIXIN HER UP

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i have a craftsman 10/28 made by murray/noma. i made my impeller mod and it throws more than 25 ft but i never measured, vids of it shown in my sig, stock pulleys and 3600rpm.
maybe belt slippin
tranny locked up?
sharpened blades?
Belt was not slipping its been dismantled now
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