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Discussion in 'Snow Blower Forum' started by mjodrey, Oct 9, 2010.
I have a Bolens 1026 with a 10hp Tecumseh engine.
I moved it for you, but I see that you've already posted another one here. I'll let you decide which one you'd like to delete.
That is a lot of hp for a walk behind isn't it? I think the walk behind we had was only like 5 or 6 hp. It would be great to have a Bolens walk behind.
You know,I hardly ever use it.I do most of my snow removal with the big Ford 4466.
Ariens Model Something with a POS 7HP Tecumseh on it. No matter what I do, I have to clean the carb/put in a kit almost every year. Someday I'll have a good blower on a garden tractor that I won't mind getting a little wet and dirty.
Oh yeah, Those Tecumseh carb's are a PITA...
Figured I'd give this a Bump... there must be someone else here with a walk behind Blower
You're probably right.
You were right. I have an Ariens 10hp 1028 model. I bought it new five or six years ago and it still starts first pull. I bought my fiance an old simplicity 7hp this summer. It also starts on the first pull and it is old.
I'm Sportin an Allis Chalmers Tracker 6
That must be a pain to walk behind LOL!
Here is our main snowblower, it is a Troy Bilt with a 10hp Techumseh and 26" Path..
Here is my newest snowblower, it needs some work, so I will most likely be needing some help on it....
Good stuff Brad.
I have an old MTD blower, 10 HP (when they still rated them in HP, not CCs) and a 27" cut. Still works great, although the headlight quite after about two years (kinda like the flint lighter on a gas BBQ!).
Welcome to OPT Kerryall
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Ditto what Bolens 1000 said.
Hi KerryAll. Welcome to OPT. Very nice snow blower you have there. It is great that you keep it covered.