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Another Drift Breaker !

Check it out! https://cedarrapids.craigslist.org/grd/5384524453.html


Wonder if a trade would interest him? Not that I need another blower! lol






I am deathly allergic to shovels!


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post #2 of 7 Old 02-01-2016, 09:46 PM
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It's never about need, it's all about want !!

And of course it's got the headlights on it. Why can't I find one around here ??

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That's in really nice condish!!


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There's a crusty looking one near me for $75. Drift breaker snow blower


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Are these all the same to operate? Meaning one lever to squeeze to move machine forward and engage the auger. I had a 8/26 like that. I didn't like it in eod stuff, couldn't eat a bunch of snow and allow it to digest. To me at least, its better to take a bite, keep chewing yet stop moving forward. Typical craftsman poor design, 14" impeller is cool though.
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OH...nice! Wish I could find one like that around here.....but that watertown one is right up the road.......
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I don't have a problem with mine. I might not be able to take the whole 32" bucket of EOD but I just peel off whatever it can handle and make another pass. Easier on me and the machine.
I agree that in some situations it's handy having separate controls but most of my blowing is a long straight line and I like the one control.
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