James Kiffel: Hey i know you did this video a few years ago but i noticed something wrong with the video. a real good look at the AMX in the background?
Robert Meyer: I recently added a grease fitting to the auger gear box in my MTD. works good and helps to apply grease to those gears. Only took 15-20 minutes. Anyone else tried this? I apply grease to the gears in the belly of the beast as well. Anyone else have ideas on keeping the gears greased up?
Alex Bentley: It is easier to do it by turning the snowblower upside down and removing the bottom cover. You probably took 2 hours to do it when it can be done in 20.
Jeff Reynolds: Good instruction! Live north of Boston and just had snow blower crap out. Got it up and running pretty pain free thanks to this!
Spinner Guy: Thanks for the video. I used a combination of what you demonstrated and what some of the other people said in the comments. I have a Troy Built Storm 2 stage with dual belts and was able to change them out by removing the bottom cover along with the top cover.
rizzo777777: What is the belt part #?
David Rodriguez: Huge thanks for the video!
smwork2947: remove the friction wheel, this gives ample room to change auger belts WITHOUT SPLITTING MACHINE
John Law: Not necessary to split machine. This was a waste of time I can do in less than 10 min both belts
Tom Zirino: I have the same snow blower and the belts went do you have the model #of those napa belts..would be much appreciated..great video also
Dancedad: thank you so much very helpful
Jay So: I have changed my Auger belt twice and did not have to take it apart in half...its just not necessary
garyb2006: I changed all three belts. Auger turns, wheels don't. Any ideas on what I need to do to get this going and can it be done without draining gas and oil ?
lonestar22ful: Thanks a lot! Big help!:-)
Ron Bonnell: Thanks but I found a much easier way to do this. I couldn't get to that third bolt at the bottom because there isn't enough clearance. Mine is track driven. Called a repair guy. He said tip it up on the front of the blower. Remove the bottom plate, (4 3/8" screws), then just fish the belt through and walla you are finished. Worked like a charm. You still need to remove the belt cover, but not the tensioner. You need to hold down the drive and auger handles. I just bunged them.
Darryl M: Great vid....Made the idea of doing it myself a BREEZE !!! I'm left feeling with no doubt I can and will do it myself...... Thanks again !!!!!!!!!!
Wayne Stoegbauer: Excellent video, Right to the point, a big help. Isn't Wisconsin great.
RobiCuttingGuide: Thanks for the video. The wheelbarrow support was a help, but I wish there was more about the tensioner assembly removal and its reinstallation and adjustment.
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