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post #1 of 8 Old 01-25-2016, 09:42 AM Thread Starter
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Yeah because that 0.1% of the snow that falls down behind the deflector will ruin your whole job!

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Maybe it's rusted through and what blows out hits him right in the face !!


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Make sure the windows are up before the snow plow goes by !!

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Yeah I don't get it? I've never seen anything come out of there, that I noticed.
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My Snapper does have a little 1 or 2" flap of rubber on the back of the chute, under the deflector but that chunk of inner tube ?? seems a bit overkill.

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Haven't you guys ever seen a snowblower scarf before? It keeps your chute's neck from getting cold.

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I have a chute bold missing on my ST1032's chute deflector and it just pours snow out the bottom back of the chute deflector. It is pretty loose tolerence (to avoid icing up?) so I imagine that you could also leak some out the back even with both bolts installed. Hence the chute condom.
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I have used 2 of that style and they both throw a decent amount of snow out the bag of the chute there.

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