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2019/11/25 20:44:41 (permalink)
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Snow blower drive shaft rpm

Looking for the max. rpm of the shaft that the friction wheel slides on.  I know a bunch of high school math would get me the answer but that was a very long time ago.
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    kshansen
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    Re: Snow blower drive shaft rpm 2019/11/26 07:43:34 (permalink)
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    Not that it would really help but I'm sure that a lot depends on the design of the particular snow blower and the engine that is powering it.
     
    Guess the real question is why would you want to know?
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    Re: Snow blower drive shaft rpm 2019/11/26 14:25:17 (permalink)
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    Thinking about remote control. Several designs have a motor for each drive wheel. Pondering the viability of a single motor for forward/reverse. The snowblower I have, has finger controls for turning.  Small solenoids would work for those. Then a small geardrive motor for chute direction.
    I'll open mine up this weekend and get the answer.
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    Re: Snow blower drive shaft rpm 2020/03/06 05:51:17 (permalink)
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    Is it something like these models(from this review) or is it a tracked snowblower? Which model are we talking about?
    post edited by molchaliviybob - 2020/03/10 00:06:25
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