A piece of thin metal about 6"x3"s, cut 2 slots in one end for a hose clamp to slide through about an inch apart, clamp it to the exhaust pipe, then you can bend it to divert the exhaust away from the chute.
I had the exact same problem with my 2720. I purchased a short piece of high temperature silicon hose from Ebay. It is used on turbos and only costs around $6. You can get them in 90-degree and 45-degree. I bought the correct diameter so I can just slip it over the end of my exhaust pipe and it diverts the exhaust away from the snow blower. You can't even tell it is on there unless you look closely.
Hi guys. I have just purchased a used X748 and has a 7 Iron deck on it. The deck engages fine (may seem a little slow to spool up), but when cutting into longer thicker grass, the blades will stop spinning.
Is this simply a belt problem? Worn? Needs tensioning? Or is it self tensioning?
I have an x475 with quick attach front blade, no rear 3 point. Has anyone made anything for the front quick attach for maintaining there driveway? Thought about making some sort of "rake" to bring back up the rock from being packed down.
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While trying to adjust the front pto clutch on my 318 I noticed everything was extremely loose and I couldn’t get it to adjust properly. Upon inspection I discovered that the collar inside the bearing was extremely loose on the shaft. It looks like the collar is not being held in place by the...
My brother-in-law gave me a "John Deere" front basket for Christmas. Not an actual John Deere product, (although it could be!) but he painted it JD green and put John Deere decals on it. He has a gray colored one just like it for use with his 8N Ford. I sometimes use his basket, so he made...
Hi all. For the past couple years, my JD GX345 would occasionally belch some white smoke out the exhaust. This was more noticeable in the colder months, esp when using the snowblower.
It smelled kinda like burnt rubber, so at first I thought it had something to do with the SB belt slipping...