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  1. Simplicity Snowblowers
    Hello there I am very interested a simplicity signature series 1728 either this spring or coming fall, but the only Con I see so far are the 16x4 tires simplicity only uses on their machines at the moment. I prefer the larger 16x6 tires on all my machines and greatly prefer them for pushing...
  2. Simplicity Snowblowers
    I’m new to this website but I have decent experience with working on small engines so i Bought a simplicity 1022SE from a neighbor who wanted to get rid of it (now I know why). The machine is about 4 years old with a Briggs and Stratton 950 snow series. The snow blower only ran on full choke and...
  3. Simplicity Snowblowers
    Looking for a snowblower attachement for my simplicity broadmoor with a 17hp vangaurd single, serial number is 61542 and mgf # is 1692664. the deck size is 44"
  4. New Member Introductions
    Hello folks! I’m in SE Wisconsin so am a bit partial to Allis Chalmers. I can’t tell you how often I’ve visited and been helped by this site. I have 2 older Simplicity blowers. A 1968 S6 Sno Away (inherited from my grandfather) that STILL starts on first pull, and a 1975 Snow Buster 828 with...
  5. Snowblower Repairs and Maintenance Forum
    Hi There! Last year I bought a used simplicity 1691900 860 snow blower and was a little older than I thought. Anyway, this winter half way through a storm the spring broke for the drive pulley tensioner. The belt is now loose with the drive handle compressed or not. So, it's not the friction...
  6. Snowblowers and Snowblower Parts Wanted
    Used SNO-AWAY 5 refurbish project underway, and I'm not sure I'll be able to rehab the impeller. A couple of blades are pretty badly bent. Nothing available on eBay, and a new replacement is $200, which is a non-starter. I am located in Central New York. Thanks
  7. General Snowblower Discussion
    Hello all, I recently purchased a 10hp 24” Simplicity (Model 1694440) with power boost. From what I’ve read, these are very sturdy blowers, and it should last me quite a while. I have had 3 snowblowers; an 8hp tecumseh powered Simplicity which was in very poor shape but somehow still moved...
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