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Boney

Blower Opinion Please

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Boney
For those that have used this blower. I have the highly sough after 3 belt blower {j/k}, it is in what I would call good shape but needs to have it gone through. With winter comming is it worth going through it and using it for snow removal? I have a walk behind blower so am not in a have to have position. Thnx for any comments.

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Herm, I have played with one of the ones I have. They are very hard to adjust and to keep adjusted. I never got mine working great, but from what I have read/heard, they do work pretty good. If you have the $ or the knowledge to do it, I would say, go for it. If not for nothing else, but for the fun of it. If you planning on coming to the Colchester show, bring it, I'm sure one of us can help you get it working. If the bearings are frozen, I would start by spraying PB blaster on them. You probably will still need to replace them, but at lest with them freed up, you can start playing with it to see if you think it will be worth it. Elon

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