David Cross: I like your video but I'm looking for a replacement impeller for my New Holland snow blower. This is a walk behind snow blower and is about 40 years old.
hector s.: Thanks so much, Donyboy. I was having this exact problem with the handlebars of a Craftsman 5/24 Snowblower made in 2004, that I bought used, and now I can proceed with confidence on the repair, and add more serviceable life to the unit because I have to take care of both my driveway and my parents!
Peter Noseworthy: Great videos...You are helping to keep my 13 season old MTD going...
VWWRENCHIE: I meant to ask , when you put the blower up on the bucket to work on it, do you have to drain gas AND oil or just the gas thanks Darrell
VWWRENCHIE: Thanks for great videos...... keep up the great work!!
Roy Valdez: Thank you so much. I keep having the same problem with my 8 horse mtd.you explain things very well and straight to the point. God bless you brother. Roy
Colin White: Thanks for the vid - was able to repair my loose snowblower handles for a few bucks worth of new bolts/nuts
donyboy73: the drive cable may be too tight
donyboy73: i would have to physically see it
Larry Bolan: FYI, those split washers actually make things easier to loosen. Star washers on the other hand DO work (as do lock nuts).
donyboy73: @DeepFriedFuzzball a lot of tecumseh parts are still available and still produced
DeepFriedFuzzball: These are awesome videos, rather watch these than the telly, I'm just curious, even though Tecumseh stopped production which is all things considered a shame, do they still make parts or are there companies that still make parts for them or are they all whats left from when they stopped production??
rob kuhnke: Cool my neighbors snowblower has this problem. I'll tell him and he can fix it.
1986FordF-250: Cool ! can't wait !
donyboy73: thanks dude, part 3 coming shortly
1986FordF-250: 5 stars
REPAIR of the MTD Snowblower PART 2 of 3 - Fixing the loose handle bars5
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