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Toro snowblower


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12-03-07, 07:26 PM   #1  
Toro snowblower

I have an old toro, around 1978-80. Engine runs good altough I dropped it from a trailer on the pavement. Since then it stopped moving or blowing snow. I undid some panels underneat, when I lock the transmission in drive all the chains are moving whit the wheels.

What could be wrong? Thanks for your input.

 
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12-04-07, 01:24 PM   #2  
Toro Snowblower

I have one about the same age. It sounds like a clutch problem that has it not engaging. Check all the linkages. I once had a similar problem and found that the right handle linkage control was loose. Retightened it and secured with nylon locking nuts and has run perfect since. Now that I have said that it will probably quit on me

 
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