Yamaha YS624t Parting out or selling whole! Tracks in great condition
So long story short:
Friend of mine inherited a home and there was an old snowblower sitting in the garage that she had no interest in. She was going to have the town come and pick it up for junk. I'm pretty mechanically inclined so I volunteered to take it knowing nothing about it other than i've never seen a snowblower like this and it looks really cool.
So i took it home and started researching the crap out of these things. Next thing you know it i joined this forum and downloaded a couple of the service manuals. It didn't run as the carb was leaking fuel out of it. I took the carb apart and cleaned it out and purchased new spark plugs and belts for the front and rear belt. I have most of it torn apart leaving the engine intact. With a demanding job and other side projects going on i simply don't have the time or space for resurrecting this snowblower. I'm sure it will run with some more time and patience. Either that or i will just start parting the thing out seeing how its damn near impossible to find parts for these things. tracks are in incredible shape for the age of this thing. No visible cracking or splits anywhere in the rubber.
Send me an email. I'm located near boston massachusetts.
I also have a YS-624 for sale. Motor runs, but transmission fork needed, when shifted from forward to reverse transmission becomes disengaged. Tracks are in very good shape. All offers entertained. Photos available upon request. Lou
Re: Yamaha YS624t Parting out or selling whole! Tracks in great condition
Hey Bruce I actually have everything except the tracks. I've taken some of it apart to start removing rust and do some maintenance but I just didn't have the time to finish. What are you interested in ? My zip is 01701 in case you were close at all.
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On Dec 10, 2014, at 19:05, mopar451 [via Yamaha Snowblower Fan Club] <[hidden email]> wrote:
Steve what do you have left of the snow Blower,,,,,,Bruce
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