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Commercial Deutz Allis Snowblower 828-$150 Blaine, MN

I've been looking for a Simplicity to add to the herd but this popped up.
Tempted but just don't have the room right now.

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That's the first deutz labeled snowblower I have ever seen let alone a simplicity made deutz.
I recently went through one for someone. Very heavy duty machine. The handle bars were 3/8 solid steel if not 1/2.

Only thing I didn't fix for him was the chute up/down deflector cable. It was $100 just for the cable. Everything else was regular stuff.
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looks beefy.

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[QUOTE=Kiss4aFrog;969025]I've been looking for a Simplicity to add to the herd but this popped up.
Tempted but just don't have the room right now.

There must be room somewhere..., how about in the dining room, in the corner where ur wife won't notice it, toss a table cloth over it.

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looks like a beast. it looks just like an 860 with a tall chute and paint job.
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I've used the exact same thrower in Baker brand decal format. It's a monster!
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Never seen one in Deutz label.....? COOL!




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