a friend gave me a new plastic starter cover and i was out in the garage earlier seeing how it would fit on the toro 826. well its too long and will need to be cut to fit. i also found the right size bolts to mount the starter but i'm not sure if they are heavy duty enough for the job
went to costco this morning, from there i went to my mom's to share what i got from costco. did some vacuuming for her and took out the garbage before heading home. got on the board for a minute then thought about all the debris in my neighbors front yard from the tree falling the other day so i went out and cleaned her driveway and waklway as well as my own so if it snows i'm not debris from the tree
I checked over my NOMA Blowa. Made sure the chute would turn. I spayed the gear with WD-40 yesterday, when it was warm. Got some gas for it, too. Got some Kerosene for the heaters. I sprayed the roof rake, too. Can't hurt. We are supposed to get 6-10 inches tonight. It's 18 degrees out, right now, so I know it will move easily. In that kind of cold, I know I won't. I'm hoping the wind is strong enough to blow it off the roof.
its been snowing since around nine this morning but there is only about two inches of snow on the ground. its the light fluffy stuff and there was about an inch of it when i got home from work so i used a " plastic " shovel to clear mine and my neighbors property
Started my 2nd semester of college this week!
(I was laid off from Kodak last Spring, after 17 years..im going back to college for a complete career change..going into Computer networking, Cisco routers, that sort of thing) So im in college again, 20 years after graduating from college the first time!
Got done work. won 2 eBay auctions for snow blowers. Got a gear box gasket in the mail, and cut the bottoms out of plywood for nesting boxes. (for thoes that don't know what that is they are where chicken lay there eggs)
There are very few posts regarding use of chains on the snowblower machines. There have been a few posts regarding Snowhog or Carlisle Xtrac snow tires & no posts regarding chains with either tire. Winter of 2020 dropped heavy wet snow in Sierras of No Calif and my brand new Carlisle tires did a...
Same as the title, most of the power snowblower used friction wheel and disc (see picture) to drive the Blower Auger. Are there any other methods like motor clutch or even Overheating protection?
Looking for suggestions on a lift/platform that I can roll snowblowers or walk behind lawn mowers onto which would have the ability to lift/raise up so that I can perform maintenance tasks on them. Any thoughts?
I am looking to repower my MTD 24 with a Tecumseh 5.5 hp with a 6.5 hp and would like to get some input. I'll have to put a 3/4 to 7/8 inch shaft bushing on the motor output shaft. The Tec has been pretty reliable, starts easily and will throw a foot of average weight snow 12 to 15 ft, but...