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Exclamation Wanted Tire Chains 4.10-3.50-6 & Impeller Kits

i have one tire chain on my 1968 and it makes it my best snowblower. Everywhere around is selling new ones for 50-80, anyone have old used ones they took off? I have a snow blower business with 3 machines going now, and also anyone build there own impeller kits? I can;t seem to find them other than Ebay but I know people make some of their own. I want to split one kit across two machines and try that, if anyone has the stuff please hit me up. I am a paver but I am also the scrapper of the business so I get machines and parts like crazy. I will trade/buy lets get in business! I'm in Eastern Mass
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for the impeller kits.. check the impellers of your machines if they only have 3 bladed impellers youll need one kit for one machine.. 4 bladed impellers you can get by on opposite blades only.. but well it isnt optimal as youll essentially get 2 plumes of snow from your chute going 2 different distances..

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Just go down to your local farm store and buy some good heavy conveyor belt or Horse mat if the don't have the belt, and some bolts with washers (Self taping makes it easier). Cut it down to size drill some holes and bolt it in. You may need a long drill bit or drill extension. (You have to remove the chute to gain access ) Otherwise send me the measurements you need and I will cut you some...... I have a huge roll I bought.



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Chains, Good used. $25 plus ship. Im in Ma. PM if interested
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I have plumbing piping rubber where you would hook two pvc pipes into, Its rather hard stuff I was thinking of using this for the impeller kit. I have some softer stuff I could use also but I was thinking the harder the better? Jack I just might be interested, let's see how much snow we get this weekend, I think I might really need them on my backup machine.
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