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Allis Chalmers old snow blower

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Rohdstang

11-12-2009 22:58:22




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I have a old snow blower ID# 1690465 1041. My dad and I took really good care of it. People are amazed at how far it can throw the snow. The auger feeds snow into a paddle wheel, then it shoots it out of the shoot. I"m looking for the rubber pads that go on the paddle wheel and any other part I can buy just for back-up. Sorry for the bad technical terms. A really great machine well designed and reliable after all these years. Thanks Frank

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Jeff Z.

11-12-2009 23:22:04




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 Re: Allis Chalmers old snow blower in reply to Rohdstang, 11-12-2009 22:58:22  
Check with a Simplicity dealer. Simplicity probably made that blower and they probably had the same parts on a Simplicity model. I had an Allis Chalmers B-10 tractor with a snow blower and Simplicty had all the parts for the blower. They were just a different color.



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Jeff Z.

11-12-2009 23:28:54




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 Re: Allis Chalmers old snow blower in reply to Jeff Z., 11-12-2009 23:22:04  
These people might be able to help you find parts.



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Jeff Z.

11-12-2009 23:51:05




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 Re: Allis Chalmers old snow blower in reply to Jeff Z., 11-12-2009 23:28:54  
I think your Allis Chalmers might be the same as the Simplicity 724.
Does it look like the one in the picture.

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Rohdstang

11-13-2009 00:07:32




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 Re: Allis Chalmers old snow blower in reply to Jeff Z., 11-12-2009 23:51:05  
Thanks a bunch Jeff Z it looks exactly like that. Looks are deceiving that machine gobbles up snow at a pretty good pace. Thanks again. Frank



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Jeff Z.

11-13-2009 00:24:28




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 Re: Allis Chalmers old snow blower in reply to Rohdstang, 11-13-2009 00:07:32  
Yea, You can't beat some of those old designs.
Glad to help.
Didn't have much to do tonight so I checked into your blower because I knew there must have been a similar model with the Simplicity name.



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Jeff Z.

11-13-2009 00:01:47




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 Re: Allis Chalmers old snow blower in reply to Jeff Z., 11-12-2009 23:51:05  
Forgot to post the ID # of the Simplicity 724. It is 1690442.



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