working on a mopar A833 4 spd out of a 69 cuda , getting the main shaft out of the tail housing is a royal pain
I wish the USA would get rid of coin.that just means stores no longer have to take them even tho most place won't even take a $100 these days. they are still always worth face value but you would have to take them to the bank to get that and they are likely worth more to collectors
that would be a slippery slope towards a cashless society. if you don't like coins best to just use plastic. i don't spend much cash anymore but i do miss getting change so i could pull all the collector coins out.I wish the USA would get rid of coin.
is that double pulley on the machine in the picture not 3/4" bore? i pulled one off a machine last night just like it. the pulleys are also 2 piece pulleys so you could widen them with spacers if you needed to run a belt wider than 3/8"Want to make one of the snowblowers into a trailer tug. Hope to dig out one of the Spirit or (MTD) I have and pull the auger housing off to start the conversion. I have one with broken augers and another with a beat-up housing. Have to figure out which will be the volunteer..
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I always keep several hundred bucks on me. You never know when you might need it.that would be a slippery slope towards a cashless society. if you don't like coins best to just use plastic. i don't spend much cash anymore but i do miss getting change so i could pull all the collector coins out.
started parting out some of the snowblower parts machines i have. already sold a chute clean out tool. i would have never thought about selling that out of all things but someone wanted it. now hopefully some of the other parts sell that quick. would be nice to get a couple rid of a couple parts machines but still some good usable parts left.
you should always keep some cash on you. i still do even tho most of my spending is on credit. there are still some places i buy stuff that usually only take cash like the farmers market. most them could probably accept other other payment but that would likely brings costs up. bad enough the cost of the stuff i like has been going up over the last couple years.I always keep several hundred bucks on me. You never know when you might need it.
nope that's how it looks in the Toro manual as well. It isn't long enough to fit that way.wait a minute. are you sure that belt went back on exactly how it came off? should it not go under that bolt between the idler wheel and big pulley?
as long as that is how it is suppose to go that is all that matters. it just looks weird.nope that's how it looks in the Toro manual as well. It isn't long enough to fit that way.
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