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  1. Toro Snowblowers
    Hello Everyone, First post here! I’m new to the home ownership and small engine repair world so please be patient with me. I just bought a 1997 Toro Powershift 1028 in need of some TLC for $225. It has an electric starter also, but I pull-started it to test it out before buying and the rope...
  2. General Snowblower Discussion
    Hi, all. I need your collective wisdom. I have a 1988 Toro PowerShift 824 snowblower currently with a Tecumseh Snow King HMSK80 engine. I wasn't getting much power out of it - it was bogging down and not maintaining RPM when doing even light work. I didn't see the governor opening the throttle...
  3. New Member Introductions
    Im from the land of trolls and vikings, Norway, and i see i have some fellow country men in here as well. Most of the Norwegians in here will notice my username and avatar will know where im located. Im located south east and we dont get that much snow to be honest but still i have 3 Toro...
  4. Snowblowers and Snowblower Parts for Sale
    I live in Minneapolis and I have to say goodbye to my PowerShift. Moving south. Here is the link to the craigslist posting: Asking $400 on craigslist. Someone from this forum can have it for $375...
  5. Toro Snowblowers
    Hi, I picked up a Toro 1800 18" electric and it doesn't start. I checked the switch with an ohm meter and it's fine. Is there really anything practical I can do to try and fix it? How would I troubleshoot this further?
  6. Toro Snowblowers
    Had a 28" snow storm a few weeks ago. Noticed snowblower was moving itself slightly with the traction lever released. Cable has zero tension, actually has a little slack to it. I replaced both belts with genuine toro parts. Removed the double tensioner assembly, all looks well. Nothing bent...
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