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post #1 of 9 Old 01-21-2016, 11:53 AM Thread Starter
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that's worth the drive!



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Nice looking snowblower. Makes me wonder...when done with your mower at the end of mowing season, you "winterize" it...so when we're done with the snowblowers at the end of blowing season, do we "summerize" them?

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if thats as good as it looks, its a bargain.

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If it's missing any of the bucket like the Honda's, at least he put on some nice skids to cover it up

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Zoomed in, the sides look good.

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Just realized thats a shelf bracket that he's mounted the light to.
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Well, you know you can get that part locally.

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Just realized thats a shelf bracket that he's mounted the light to.
I didn't notice till you mentioned it.
It's not a bad idea but I'd grind off the round part for the clothes hanging bar.

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