Jump to content

Unofficial Home of Old Simplicity & Allis-Chalmers Garden Tractors

Sign in to follow this  
larry8200

B-210, WOW

Recommended Posts

larry8200
I was skeptical about a blower on a 10 horse tractor, but that old Briggs went through almost a foot of wet snow in just half an hour!! 2nd and reverse with the variable at 1/2 cleaned it right up. Hydrolift was nice too. Now to get the cab on it!!!!








Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
dentwizz
I want your blowersm01 My 210 did that with the push blade on it last night. 2nd/rev variable half works pretty well even on mid throttle. With a good belt on it the 210 variable works pretty nice for feathering traction, though the LL manual makes more jump pushes.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Talntedmrgreen
Theres a bog difference between running the blowers with a 10 vs a 16, but the 10's still do a fantastic job! They are all I used until last winter when I cleared up a few times with the B112. Those old Briggs amaze me sometimes...between the tiller and plow, the blower and dozer...they can do it all!

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
larry8200
quote:
Originally posted by B10Dave
:O:O Larry; whatever is all that white stuff? Don't remember any of that being there in September. LOL. Dave.
LOL... If you didn't know what that "white stuff" is, you wouldn't have left here with a sno-cab. Hate to say the cab for the B-210 is sitting out back untouched, and that cab was last on the B-210... But HEY!! Hows that sickle bar work on the ole white stuff??? :D

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
comet66
Nice job clearing all that heavy snow.. We were lucky here, just got some heavy rain along with sleet and lite hail on Saturday. I still have one more day of heavy leaf pick up to do. No where near ready for snow yet!!!!

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Karl_Brandt
That AC B-210 with snowblower does a good job. I'm still picking up leaves with my Simplicity 7116H with vaccum & trailer. I have been working on my snow cleaning crew.....so far 3 out of 4 tractors are running.Four tractors should do the job.^ Simplicity 3416H with 46inch snowblade,Allis Chalmers 710 with 36inch snowblower,Allis Chalmers 917H with cab and 42inch snowblower, Massey Ferguson 1450 with 48inch snowblade. Karl

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
larry8200
quote:
Originally posted by Simplicity85
....whats up with the hood on that AC?
Original owner cut out and hinged the hood so you could have access to battery, etc. while the cab is mounted. I actually like it and since the hood is beat up a bit too, it makes a great tool/work bench. :)

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
timflury
quote:
Originally posted by Architectdave
Glad to hear it worked for you, my 5008 with a blower choked and clogged up with two inches of slush.... worked for a few minutes until the silcone spray washed away in the chute....
Dave, I've found that good ole hard car wax on all the leading surfaces and up in the chute works a lot better than any spray. Just slather it on and don't even worry about buffing it off. I take my wax can and heat it with my heat gun from the top just until I see liquid, then I just rag it on. I blow snow with my 5hp Serf and 27" blower.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Sign in to follow this  

  • Who's Online (See full list)

    • PhanDad
    • Chris727
    • Bill725
    • Gcabinet1
  • Today's Birthdays

    No users celebrating today
  • Recent Status Updates

    • dav-1

      dav-1  »  Talntedmrgreen

        Over a year ago, you answered a question I had about the tool bar for my FDT. In your reply dated Dec 31, 2019  you said the spacer, part #16, goes in the bar to allow for up and down depth adjustment. does this mean the bolt has to be tightened at whatever depth desired or does the bolt slide up and down, allowing the lower hitch to free float?
         If it is tightened so the lower hitch and the bar are rigid, then is the depth to be controlled by the shoes? Or by the lift handle?
        Is there any kind of user directions for the tool bar? The Outdoor Power Manual basically shows how to assemble the bar but not how to use it
      · 1 reply
    • tribswede

      tribswede  »  goatfarmer

      ISO a deck for a 6516 H and all the connecting hardware any ideas on where to start?
       
      · 1 reply
  • Adverts

×