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Honda HS928WAS Excellent Condition $800 MA/NH

Not mine but VERY clean machine. $800 is a great price if the machine is running perfect. That's a $1,200 - $1,400 machine all day long from October thru March. Should sell quickly.

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Not mine but VERY clean machine. $800 is a great price if the machine is running perfect. That's a $1,200 - $1,400 machine all day long from October thru March. Should sell quickly.

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You're right.

I wonder why there is so many wheeled units on the east coast compared to the west? I have a wheeled 624 but it is a rare breed here. Every Honda is tracked in our neck of the woods.

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You're right.

I wonder why there is so many wheeled units on the east coast compared to the west? I have a wheeled 624 but it is a rare breed here. Every Honda is tracked in our neck of the woods.
I think that we are using wheeled units here in the East because that is what everyone has. We don't see a lot of tracked units, so we are not aware of their superiority.

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I think that we are using wheeled units here in the East because that is what everyone has. We don't see a lot of tracked units, so we are not aware of their superiority.
Have used both extensively and the tracked one is much better but the wheeled one is easier to move around.

hope a member got this blower if it is as good as in the ad. that would sell for 1500 easy out here.

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Here in southern Maine, tracked Hondas outnumber wheeled models by a wide margin.
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Ditto, wide , wide margin
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