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Re: Snowblowing clogging question

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joe csuti

12-19-2012 03:55:26

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If this is a single stage blower(single or 3 belt) the most common causes of chute clogging in wet snow is not running eng at max speed & forward speed TOO fast

If you're used to a 2 stage walk behind or tractor mounted blower useing a single stage blower becomes a learning experience as single stage don't handle deep wet snow that well,the most important thing is learning to gauge forward speed versus depth/wetness of snow.

Other possible cause's of problems,worn belt(s),worn/misadjusted clutch mech,worn/bad bearings on blower causeing excessive mech drag on blower drive system when blower loaded.

You might want to goto link below & click on operation on left side of pg,select snowthrower from list of acc,see if any blowers shown/listed match your's,if so read manual may give you some hints as to clutch adj & operation of blower.

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12-19-2012 05:40:24

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 Re: Snowblowing clogging question in reply to joe csuti, 12-19-2012 03:55:26  
It's a single stage on a 410 allis chalmers garden tractor, ran it wide open in first gear, but I like it better than my blade I had before.

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12-19-2012 18:36:41

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 Re: Snowblowing clogging question in reply to G1355, 12-19-2012 05:40:24  
You adapted the thrower to the tractor IIRC. You might gat a tachometer and make sure the engine gets up to 3600 rpm. Also check the diameter of the pulleys. If you have or can get a photo tachometer you can make sure you have enough rpm's at the rotor.

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12-19-2012 20:07:28

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 Re: Snowblowing clogging question in reply to Steve-in-mo, 12-19-2012 18:36:41  
Had a video tried to upload didn't work though. Might try again. It sure spins fast though pretty sure it spins faster than it should. Pretty sure the snow being as wet as it was was most of the problem

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