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Well I knew with enough time and waiting I would end up with one some day.

I had a customer tell me it wasn't worth the money to fix this old Simplicity blower. :D He said can you send it to the junk yard for me. :D Yes I can was my response.

:rolleyes: Little did he know the Simplicity junk yard is in my yard hidden in the barn :wontshare

What I ended up with today is 990643 blower from 1971. The type with 3 rubber paddles for the second stage. Ok so it needs a few parts but who am I to say no.

I will post some pics here when I get it home and also will add them to my photo section from my signature line.

I will let you guys know when they are posted.

:captain: Bob
 

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Originally posted by AlbanyBob
Well :rolleyes: Little did he know the Simplicity junk yard is in my yard hidden in the barn :wontshare
:captain: Bob

good deal bob...
got any old simplicity snow cabs in that junkyard??
 

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Bob,
Glad to hear there is another "If it's free, it's for me!" type person here. I am constantly amazed with what folks give and throw away. As a 4th generation dumpster diver, Opps, I meant recycler, I'm always happy to haul away stuff, sometimes even getting paid to haul it away!
 

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Originally posted by bontai Joe
Glad to hear there is another "If it's free, it's for me!" type person here.
Me too! I recycle/rebuild computers into useable internet email machines for family & friends (and friends of family/friends), as well as old push mowers & string trimmers, and I'm slowly getting into recycling riding mowers.

Angel
 
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