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post #1 of 8 Old 12-29-2013, 02:20 AM Thread Starter
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Found a Husqvarna cousin

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Tecumseh engine and everything.
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cool..but I have two questions:

1. why it is a "cousin"? a cousin of what?
2. Why have you posted it here? (im sure there is a reason..but I cant tell what the reason is!

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I had read on other sites that Husqvarna purchased the tooling for the Yamaha snowblowers and built 2 similar models, but with Tecumseh engines. I found the link:

OPEonTheNet.com Forums Archive - Husqvarna - Yamaha snowblowers from years back.

But upon closer inspection, I'm not sure if the bucket shape is correct. I may just be flat out wrong on this one.


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hmm..interesting!
never heard of a Yahama/Husquvarna connection, but anything is possible..
based on that ad from the other forum, I would say the one on Craigslist is one of those models..hard to tell for sure, because it never dawned on that Craigslist seller that it's possible to take a photo from the side, but it looks like the same type of machine to me..

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Interesting. How common is this transmission?
Compare this tired Yamaha with the small black and white husky pamphlet photo below it.


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Just noticed this one in my local want ads.
http://www.ksl.com/index.php?nid=218&ad=27729109

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I searched quite a bit for these Husqvarna snowblowers with Yamaha bloodlines in my local CL this season and it appears they outnumber the Yamahas 2 to 1. Found this one for sale from the original owner about 15 minutes from work, she even had the owner's manual still:



It's in pretty good shape, other than the chute needing to be repainted and the oil changed.


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If anyone has the owners manual for that 9-26 I would love to get copy of it. Just bought a 6-23 and looks like the same vintage as the 9-26 pictured above.
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