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Saw this and had to post a picture. Interesting contraption with the sulky.

David-Bradley Snow Blower With Sulky Seat
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Snowblowers in the shed. All made in the good ol USA.

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Never seen one of those before !!!

I wonder what the turning radius is on that thing ?
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[QUOTE=sj701;976049]Saw this and had to post a picture. Interesting contraption with the sulky.
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That is a DB Hand-I-Man power unit. It had a slew of attachments. I don`t think the sulky was meant to be used at the same time as the snow blower. I saw the 17th addition of a service manual for it and it was dated April of 1956. ---- John
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Very cool! Never seen one either...... not very practical in that configuration but interesting.




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It sure wouldn't have enough traction to pull me thru the snow

It's a great DB walk behind, I'd just use the sulky for something bigger with some wheels capable of pulling it.

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Thought it was cool. Too expensive for a non runner in my opinion.

Snowblowers in the shed. All made in the good ol USA.

Bobcat 28" 2 stage 8hp Briggs
Bobcat 24" 2 stage 7hp Briggs
Bobcat 20" 2 stage repowered with Tecumseh OHH50
Lawnboy Snowboy
Lawnboy Snowboy self propelled
Toro 6000 Rtek Powered
Toro CCR2000 Suzuki Powered
Toro CCR2500 Tecumseh Powered
Toro CCR3650 boxy one, Rtek Powered
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It's cute. Don't know if it's practical or not but cute none the less.
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I like the color .

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