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Single Stage Rotary Snow Throwers
42" (Mfrs. No. 745) . . . 36" (Mfrs. No. 746) 

Rotary Snow Throwers take on deep snow, wet snow, ice or hard packed snow. Cushioning nylon cord belt protects solid flight welded auger. No pins to shear or replace. Throw most snow where you want up to 30 feet. Large spout with freeze proof rotator swivels 260 degrees for minimum clogging. Adjustable skid shoes and lift lever lets you skim snow from gravel or completely clean hard surfaces. All controls are at your fingertips. Automatically applied brake stops auger when declutched. Weights and tire chains are recommended. (Shown on 8 hp model).

 

Effective Width  42"  36"
Overall Width  43" 37"
Auger Diameter 14" 14"
Auger Input drive--cushioning V-belt
Final Drive--prelubricated enclosed roller chain
Clutch--friction cone type with brake
Bearings--prelubricated and sealed self-aligning rolling contact
Housing  Welded steel
Scraper Bar Full width high carbon steel; replaceable
Drive Train Bearings  Prelubricated and sealed rolling contact
Down Pressure Control Adjustable spring on lift rod

 

[Source:  Simplicity brochure, 15hp and 10hp tractors, Form 11-007, hand-dated 7/24/72, courtesy of Wally Koerbel]

 

 

 

 

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