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Started putting her back together! Got the auger back in with new bearings.

Here are some pictures.

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I did not have any trouble getting the auger to line up with the holes to put the rod back in. I did it by myself no one else around to help. I don't think I will get to use it on the snow that is coming (4 to 8 inches) B) I will Have to use my other snowblower :clap:

Chas :party:

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B)

Looks great Charles. A great help with all the detailed photos and descriptions for others considering doing the same thing to their snowthrowers!

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I am still gathering up some new parts for the blower :omg:

Chas

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Started Putting Snow Blower back together today.This is so far.

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The next picture shows a new assist spring hanging onit

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Also bought a new cable and cable clamp. The weather was great today was in short sleeves :omg:

Chas

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Boy what a nice day in western pa!!!!!!!!! Got some more work don today. Here are some pictures.

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Above picture shows the shoot adjuster arm added

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Above is side view.

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Above is from the front.

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This is a close up (or as close as I can get them) of the pullys and frame that hooks up to the tractor, and shoot winding parts. :D My next jobs are to figure out how to get the cable working, and putting the chain on and getting it to go in right direction :omg::D

Chas :D

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You did a fantastic job on that! The pictures make it look almost brand new! I'm sure that will give you many many years of faithful service! I hope to make mine look like that! Well done!

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:omg: frankiefiredog its taken me from, I think last Dec to get this far an still not out of the woods yet :D

Chas :D

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Well my luck is holding out!!! I went to our local Tractor Supply Store today,bought #40 roller chain, comes in 10ft sections also some connecter links. Came home stuffed my face,then went to work on the blower. Supprised my self I had the old chain so I laid it on the floor un rolled the new chain laid it down beside the old chain, made sure I had them booth laid out even, tied a small piece of wire in the link I wanted to take off.Then ground both sides of that link flat took a big screw driver forced it in between the rails,Wallah poped right into.There also was a connecting link in the box with the new chain. Here are some pictures :omg:

The first is a picture of the stuff I bought.

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The next picture is what is left of new chain, enough to make a spare chain.

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The next picture is with chain on the drive sprocket.

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The next one is on the bottem all adjusted, ready for a trial run.It spins fine by hand, also in the right direction. :D:D

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Chas :D

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Did every one have a nice Easter? :D I DID :D

Well today I installed the cable for the shute. A fellow should have at least 4 hands for this job. The cable keeps curlling back up, one to hold one end while he feeds it into the little hole, one to wind it counter clock wise, one to keek it wound on the turning apparatus and so on. If you do one you will know what I mean!! :omg: Any way I got it done here are some more pictures.

Picture of the little cable

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Picture set for the center

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Picture to the right

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Picture to the left

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Picture back to center

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Boy that is lots of pictures :D

The next faze will be making some guards for the drive chain :D

Chas :D

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The next faze will be making some guards for the drive chain

What do ya need a guard for?

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looks great

and the finger to! <_<

and always trun of things that spin off and wait for them to stop trunning before you stick your **** beaters anywere near them!

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:omg: :D Thats what I need a guard for :D

Chas

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Got the belt on today, to make sure I get it on ok.

Picture

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One more

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Got 2 new drive shaft bearings for spares.

Picture of bearings

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Working on the 2 chain guards. Don't want my finger to look like W9JAB's :omg:

Chas :D

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This is A heads up I took a chance and ordered upper and lower chain guards for this snowblower. but they are for a 91 Model 06-42ST07. They came today they will fit. P/N109218 P/N109244. The top one is black plastic, bottem one is metal. Here are some pictures.

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:omg: Chas :D

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:D Got My snow blower finished today :D Got every thing installed, but not on tractor yet.This has been a Grand Project For Me :D

Here is the last EPISODE :omg:

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Chas :D

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Well I dug this thread back out of the archives to add thes pictures :)

The Snow blower on the C-165 AUTO. :USA:

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I may need this in acouple of months :)

Chas :wh:

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Looks great Chas - real nice job on the blower. It looks great on that C-165. A couple more months and you will be able to put it to the test!

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Glad to see that I'm, not the only one who is going to be restoring a snowblower. I have everything apart and ready to be painted. Once painted I will put everything back together and place her on the tractor. :) Anyway, great job on your machine there! Wow, it looks great!

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:wh: I haven't had to use this thing yet :) Maybe I won't have to :thumbs:

Chas

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I haven't used this blower this year yet!! I don't have room to store it all set up. After all the work I did on tractor and blower I don't want it to get rusty again. :banghead:

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I think I got them off ebay,but they are available From Toro :banghead:

Chas

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