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I've been wrenching on Jeeps and cars for the better part of 30 years now but have never owned a lawn tractor until this year when I bought a house with some acreage. Same thing with snow blowers after getting stuck in my driveway.
I now own a 1979 Sears tractor hemorrhaging oil. A Sears snow blower that won't stay running without us both huffing starter fluid. A Yardman 10.5hp snow blower that is fantastic and is working great.

I hope to learn more about my tractor and how to fix it. I'd like to upgrade it and get the actuator working again.
 

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Well, you came to the right place! We'll get you all fixed up. On the sears snowblower, if it's a 2 cycle, go easy on the starter fluid. Try a little Sea-Foam in the tank with some fresh gas. Anyway, we can get you all fixed up and your equipment running great. Enjoy your visits.
 

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Well, you came to the right place! We'll get you all fixed up. On the sears snowblower, if it's a 2 cycle, go easy on the starter fluid. Try a little Sea-Foam in the tank with some fresh gas. Anyway, we can get you all fixed up and your equipment running great. Enjoy your visits.
:Welcome1: getsome68! :howdy:
The tractor may be repaired by a new seal or if the casee is cracked, clean it up and apply some JB weld. The snowblower most likeley has a pluuuuuged jet.. Give the carb a thorough cleanup..

Here's a thread for you: http://www.mytractorforum.com/showthread.php?t=115111


:trink40: Sounds like an idea for a new product Brad! 2-cycle starting fluid?!?! hahaha :fing32:
 

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