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Talking snowbird s-263 motor or parts

HI,AGAIN!!
Well,I have decided to part out this blower,I have become unable to work on it,I have the motor or parts of the motor up for grabs,if there is enough interest,I will sell other parts,I also have a copy of the original manual,I will enclose pics.thank you for looking,terryc

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Why are you parting it out? is it incomplete or non-working?

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I just dont have the time or energy for it anymore,I cant hold wrenches or lift on things anymore,I got really sick and am on oxygen now and neuropathy from diabetes too,I had such big plans and then my luck kicked me in the arse.all that needed to be done was repaint it,but,got it halfway apart and got sick,selling the motor or parts and the outside covers
I have an older ariens without a motor that needs a paint job too,it worked well before i took motor off for a go kart
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I just dont have the time or energy for it anymore,I cant hold wrenches or lift on things anymore,I got really sick and am on oxygen now and neuropathy from diabetes too,I had such big plans and then my luck kicked me in the arse.all that needed to be done was repaint it,but,got it halfway apart and got sick,selling the motor or parts and the outside covers
I have an older ariens without a motor that needs a paint job too,it worked well before i took motor off for a go kart
Sorry to hear that terryc, I hope you get better soon.
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thank you,but,sadly,it is a fact of my life,my lungs are full of fiberglas dust from 30 years ago and diabetes runs in my family,I originally wanted to make it like brand new I here that you are looking for a s 263,or do you like parts,the motor has very little use.
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Hi Terry, I hope you are doing well. I gave an S-263 to someone in Rutland, I thought. Is this the same machine?

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