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#1 jimmy G ONLINE  

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Posted January 15, 2017 - 06:58 PM

I believe this to be a 1971,no plastic here,shoot control handle is wood,the round stock lever is for auger direct drive,flat stock lever is drive,impeller is 12 1/8" ID!,was going to sell it cus that's what I do this time of year but decided against it for safety reasons,the drive leaver on handle bar is for disengage(backwards from today)with neutral lock,just like my old tractors if you don't check for neutral before starting it takes off In gear,yep,on her first test drive she took off with out me,what I thought was neutral was first gear, i have no problem keeping a blower built so good it won't die,the H 60 runs like a top,arguably ariens makes the best blowers anyways imo

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Posted January 15, 2017 - 07:09 PM

One of the best snow blowers ever built, I agree they are not "Idiot Proof" though with todays consumers. :wallbanging:

The Tecumseh was also a bullet proof engine, lots of parts for them still available too.


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Posted January 15, 2017 - 09:57 PM

Gotta love those old blowers. We have two of them with a few extra attachments.
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Posted January 16, 2017 - 07:58 PM

Our "73 has the hold down clutch. While the "69 that we just got has the push to release. This could get interesting yet.

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Posted January 16, 2017 - 10:47 PM

Our "73 has the hold down clutch. While the "69 that we just got has the push to release. This could get interesting yet.

I can tell you exactly how it's gonna go,if you run both In the same winter you will do much talking to yourself (all swear words),mama's car gets a big scratch down the side (or your not wood hauler truck),your neighbor's will think you have lost the ability to operate a tricycle and be terrified when the tractors come out In the spring,your brother or best friend (or both)will drink beer and laugh about it forever,good news is you will get tired of the onlookers and sell the one you did the most talking to and have some money lol
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Posted January 17, 2017 - 07:10 AM

Plans were to sell the one. Then junior decided that we need two so we don't have to switch attachments as often. With the blower, there are 9 attachments in the shed for two drive units.
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