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I just got a 1 belt blower for 100 dollars it has the cover/shroud that covers the front pulley still looking for the front pulley so I can use it but I'm probably gonna end up rigging a different pulley onto it its in rough shape and I'm gonna do a restoration on the blower and ill post it in this thread once I pick it up tomorrow ill have pictures

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here is the blower as is and I took the sprocket and chain cover off to get it spinning better tomorrow I'm gonna sand the frame of it out and sandblast the little parts and I broke a couple bolts off but they should be easy to replace

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