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Big Ten Front Motor Drive Pulley Size

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    Posted: 18 Oct 2019 at 8:43pm
Hello all. Was looking at old post with no luck so I figured I'd ask. I have a Big Ten without a front pulley that comes directly off the front motor shaft. Just a bear shaft is all I have. Just picked up today an AC snowblower to mount on the front. Wondering if anyone might know what size pulley I need and if this pulley is available at a TSC, Rural King,etc. Thanks for your help!
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I have a Big 10 with a pulley on the front. I'm thinkin' 5", but I'll measure it for ya when I get home. I have a snowblower for mine also that I just restored to put on the front of it. Won't get to it till next summer, cause' the machine is in a gazillion pieces, and by next summer I should be retired so I'll have time to play...  LOL!
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re:
next summer I should be retired so I'll have time to play...  LOL!

no.......
you'll have plenty of time to d jobs for others who 'magically' show up and expect YOU to drop everything you're doing for yourself to fix whatever they bring over....
think I'm kidding ???
post what happens 3 dys after 'it's official' !!

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not gonna happen jaybird. That law was laid down long ago. Might have happened to you, but it ain't happin' here. They know better. Doesn't matter if I'm retired or not....The pole barn is "off limits"....
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Thank you so much "Steve in NJ" I was fighting some carb problems but made some adjustments and added some seafoam and I think she'll run good enough to blow some snow when I get a pulley 👍
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I got stuck workin' late last night, so I didn't get a chance to throw a measuring stick on that pulley for ya. I'll do that tonight..... Sorry.
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Okay, got home at a normal hour today. Threw the measuring stick across that pulley and it measures 4" not 5". Probably could use either though. HTH
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Sounds great! Thanks again Steve! Hope your restoration project goes well
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