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post #1 of 3 Old 12-09-2016, 05:53 PM Thread Starter
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Transporting Snowblower with Cab

I have a Troybilt 2410 Storm and was wanting to put a cab on it. My concern is will the cab hold up in transport from the wind? I will be transporting it by a carrier attached to my hitch on my pick up. I have 10 accounts. Any ideas or suggestion would be appreciated.
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Around town <40mph you'll be fine unless it's not tied to prevent blowing over. If you need to go at highway speeds you should probably remove the fabric from the frame, IMHO.
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I'd say remove the fabric and leave just the frame installed.
If I was you I would look into a "collapsible" snowblower cab, having this type of cab will make it easier to just collapse it, secure it and go.
I have not seen a snowblower cover with that characteristic but it would be neat and very functional for your needs.
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