MrJohnnyCaps: I used this snowblower on a 140 foot driveway in the northeast from 1978 to
about 2003. Changed the carburetor lots of times, the belts once or twice,
replaced the chains on the tires once and had to improvise some of the wire
controls, but that was about it.
Ajaces: It performed very well.
CSAKvids: Nice old machine. Pretty heavy duty lookin' Great stuff. Like the way you
can totally control the chute from the dash. Alot of trucks going about
with snow plows on 'em too.
john robert: I just got the same machine yesterday.
LynolsOffice: @casebutler I had to pass up a 3-stage Sears snowblower with DUAL
headlights I saw at the dump in August. It was like 2 days after we got
that letter from the town and I didn't want to bring anymore stuff back to
the yard. I regret not taking it!
placesigopeopleimeet: its always the recoil
lobsterbox20: you sure did make a good pick!
ManicMechanic007: Pretty sweet old timer. I'm jealous. So easy to service and built like a
douro20: That's the OLD Eager-1 engine with the oil pump; much better than the newer
Matthew Poole: HAHA i had to be bad minded but 2:30 " lets see how she blows " XD
craig1974: I had a Sears blower similar to that. It worked great, but it was too damm
heavy. My 40 year old Ariens is lighter.
snoopdogie187: This is why I want a snow blower. It sucks shoveling snow for like 5+ hours
after it snows. Now if only I could find one that works this well for even
Scott Lichtsinn: Another nice old machine, nice to see someone else that appreciates the
simplicity of the older units, they just keep going and going and going....
TractorWorld: DID A NICE JOB!
LynolsOffice: @motox458 Ah yes, the 3-stage snowblowers! Sears Craftsman called that the
James Eggerth: Nice Craftsman for 5.bucks
Dan OLOONEY: I have the same one what was the name of the engine
WillieWonka928D: I've heard of one that has a second auger, small one near the top of the
housing opening. I've seen one in person, too. Very neat setup.
LynolsOffice: @BushBoneYard Yes, it is a Murray built machine.
D. J. Tanner: That's a fine old craftsman..built with pride..
Sir Raven: Just like the other one, it can take a lot of snow. Both are great
machines, but I'd prefer that one. Started right up.
mrkg731: Nice!!! I have this blower works great only the screw on the axle comes
loose and i tighen it and it still comes loose. several people have this
blower but no one seems to know anything about it, Their are 2 pins and a
screw on the sprocket andi cant get the sprocket to slide over to get the
screw back in the hole any suggestion?
matts6887: Not bad for only 4 or 5 bucks invested into it; not bad at all. :)
1944johndeerel: looks like its a real good one!
craig1974: Thanks for the tip about cleaning the crankshaft pulley. I have a Snapper
snowblower that the auger would not stop on after releasing the handle. I
used 1200 grit sandpaper instead of a wire brush though.
FJRGD: Very cool! Good work! Is this the Christopher Columbus autograph model? :)
tractorjunky1234: sweeet just got to love thous oldeys the new stuff is crape lol
rabia413: @motox458 your dad must of had the 536.909800 model....8hp 26
IDIDieselJohn: She blows fine!!!!
Mike Pasquariello: @LynolsOffice a few weeks ago there was on craigslist a FREE 3 stage
MrThebull09: i have question about a 3 stage dynamark snow blower. I have heard some
things that dynamark parts are hard to find, so should i buy this? Thanks
mhtube01: I love how you blew the snow onto the street! my neighbor and I do the same
thing! The snow plow drivers are a bunch of mindless idiots who just dont
give a crap. I have a 1997 or 98 John Deere snowblower with a 5hp Briggs
Snow series engine and a 24 inch clearing path. It works really well but I
wish it had a Tecumseh engine.
Michael Luscher: @LynolsOffice LOL, See How She Blows
Zach Brown: good deal i remember when u guys first got that thing lol
brian242: Awesome. Love the old iron
AllAmericanFiveRadio: Probable your only chance? LOL, right! That Craftsman does a great job.
Arlenamadra: mhcan somebody rescue mehh from my loneliness really bored today
Chef de NYC: Thanks! I'm more info ultrasound type of work. I learn most of the stuff myself online. Just only recently start looking for a school to make things "official". Hehe
First snow with the 1978 Craftsman 7hp, 24" dual-stage snowblower4.7
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