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Predator 212cc Repowered 2008 Storm 2410

I just finished a Predator repower on my 2008 Storm 2410. Got to use the stock belts. Used a 3/4 X 1 3/4 pulley for the drive & a 3/4 X 3.05 for the auger. Works fine so far. Now lets have some snow for this machine to get its workout.



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That is good news, that the belts could be reused.

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Looks like factory original. Nice job.

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Yes it is. Also considering I just put them on. The engine sounds good. Now to get some snow.
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That's a 6 yr old machine. Got some dings,dents & rust. But gets the job done when I need it to.
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post #6 of 9 Old 10-18-2014, 05:38 PM
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nice work but lets not rush the snow, it will be here soon enough

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Nice work. The new engine should be more powerful than the old 179cc one. Looks really nice on the machine. Post a video of it throwing snow once we get some
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I got lucky in finding pulleys that would let me use the stocks belts. I will definately get some video of the beast working. I'm going to be working on a possible Toro 521 repower shortly
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changed the engine to the Hemi headed version and moved the first engine over to my toro 521
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