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    for sale, one very nice littlefield 6 x, 10-71, comp gas. polished, cast case. cast rotors, striped. no drive, or snout. blower only. this blower was built 6 years ago and has been used very little since. it has 34 hrs on it since a complete rebuild at the blower shop this past winter. i have the paperwork for the rebuild. this blower looks almost brand new, inside and out. got a new 14-71 on the way, so this one go's. $1700 firm! located in santa paula, ca. 93060. will ship if you pay





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    I assume being a gas piece it has the 6 point strips, not the 18 point?
    Are the case inside and rotors annodized?
    Pieced together rotors I assume?
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    ill get it off this week and get some pics of the inside. i believe the inside of the case and the rotors are anodized. if i remember right, the tips of the rotors were stripped with nylatron, and the rest was teflon. i will double check. ive been looking at too many blowers lately.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wagspe208 View Post
    I assume being a gas piece it has the 6 point strips, not the 18 point?
    Are the case inside and rotors annodized?
    Pieced together rotors I assume?
    Wags

    for some reason i think it has three nylatron, and 6 teflon per rotor. but i will double check. when i ordered the new one, i was told it is a comp gas. i told them i wanted the same thing, without all the teflon strips. basicly i didnt want the comp, just a standard gas. its for my cruiser. this one is very nice, but for a long cruise, running 10 over with a 14-71,to get 15 lbs, makes less heat and more sense, than 25 over with the 10-71.

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    just wondering what kind of power your making to still use those gill manifolds ,if they are gill. thanks

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    just wondering what kind of power your making to still use those gill manifolds ,if they are gill. thanks

    they are imco powerflow, im making just under 1000 hp.

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    sold!!

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