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Started to install the Clarence impeller kit. What a cramped job, bought a 12" extension for the drill. The kit is numero uno quality but the installation is an adventure with my health condition always sitting on a chair. Almost done but the battery died for the last two holes. Oh well over here it was raining all day with flood warnings with the snow melt. At least we can start to see the ground poking. Maple syrup is at beginning of the end.

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Norm, you should just be happy you aren't at the far end of the driveway with a pair of pliers trying to replace a broken auger shear pin in thirty below gusting snow !!

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So true K4F, I completed it this morning and as always the last one went in perfect no trimming . I started the blower and man it will be interesting how far it will shoot based on the wind it spews out.

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