Going to get in the low 40s here tonight. I had to close the windows and
sliding doors after dinner because it was getting chilly.
> On Mar 7, 2018, at 6:20 PM, Curt Raymond via Mercedes <email@example.com>
> Big snow... We're predicted 1-2 feet. Fred and Dwight will probably get less.
> Some time ago my father-in-law mentioned that the drive on his snowblower
> wasn't working right. I've got the same model and had revived his when they
> first got it as a gift from Angie's maternal grandmother. I figured the cable
> was loose or mice had built a nest in it, both are fairly common problems.
> What I found surprised even me.
> Thats the drivewheel, its attached to the output and is driven by a plate
> thats driven off the engine. The one on the left is the old one, notice how
> the rubber tire its supposed to have is pretty much gone...
> I was pleased we could get a replacement locally today. The whole replacement
> job took about an hour, a lot of that was just fiddling around not knowing
> what I was doing. I think if I were to do it again I could probably do it in
> 15 minutes, the part was $26...
> To have it replaced would have been $100 and taken a week or two. I'm
> thinking maybe I'll proactively replace the one on my snowblower this spring
> before I put it away for the summer...
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