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Learn the steps of changing the oil in a Troy-Bilt backpack blower by reading this guide.
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This article will walk you through the process of replacing a broken or damaged short block in a Troy-Bilt backpack blower.
How to Replace the Valve Cover on a Troy-Bilt Backpack Blower
Learn how to remove and replace a valve cover in a Troy-Bilt backpack blower in less than an hour.
How to Fix a Blower Carburetor
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Question: Impeller For Ryobi 320 BVR
I need to order a replacement impeller for a Ryobi BVR since the current impeller sheered. Part # 731-04275. I have the hardware for the old impeller. do I need to order hardware for the New impeller replacement , part 753-04482?
Reply: Impeller For Ryobi 320 BVR
You should be able to reuse the hardware from the original impeller. Just remove the old one and install the new!
I hope this helps with your repair!
Review: Ryobi - 320BVR Ryobi Blower Vac ...
Bought new in June 2004, used through 7 summer/autumn seasons, engine seized up this Oct. of 2010. About 20 hours per year put on it. It should've lasted longer than that. Not operator error either - used one 3.2 oz bottle of oil per gallon of 87 octane gas always, the correct 40:1 mix as it needed.
Always started and ran great, no adjustments needed, changed the spark plug and cleaned and re-oiled the air filter every 2 yrs. It always started on three pulls when cold consistently, and one pull when warm - just the most dependable thing all the time, lots of power, lots of cfm and 200 mph air speed - very sufficient. Just too bad it died on me - I am thinking of fixing it - replacing the bearings, if that's what's wrong?