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10-16-02, 03:26 PM   #1  
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gravely snowblower?

I'am trying to find out as much information on this machine as I can year,part #s,ect. and belt part #sI know the plate id says Model#25039 and series #826,it has a 26in. scoop and is a two stage with a tecumseh engine.

 
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10-16-02, 07:49 PM   #2  
Hello hurleyvcr!

I have no information or manuals for snowblowers...I live in the south, lol. I will say that most parts like belts and engine parts would be easy to find especially if you have the old part for comparison. If you have the old belt, broken or not, most of the time it can be matched up at any small engine repair shop. Most if not all of the engine parts are not specific to the gravely machine, but to the engine instead. The same engine may be used on several makes and models of equipment, and the model and spec number of the engine should be all you need to get parts for it.

Check back, someone with more specific information may drop in!


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10-17-02, 03:44 AM   #3  
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Snowblower Parts

Sir,

Gravely's website is www.gravely.com. They don't list snow equip
on this site anymore, but there is a "CONTACT US" section that
might get you some answers. Ariens owns Gravely, and have so
for several years now. I imagine the emphasis on snowblowers
has shifted OFF Gravely and ON to Ariens products. As Cheese
has said, if you're only looking for items such as belts, you could
probably just "match one up" by measuring it, or having a shop
measure it for you. Best of luck and let us know what you find out.

Tcumcman

 
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