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has there ever been a homeowner grade 2 cyl ?

has there ever been a production twin cyl sb marketed to home owners ?

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Yes I believe Ariens did so from what I remember but I could be wrong, for the last time this year.

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Yes I believe Ariens did so from what I remember but I could be wrong, for the last time this year.
lol.....and that is possibly the last pointless query i will post in 2016 ! but then again.....i still have 3 hrs 10 mins for more !

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I've never heard of a 2-cylinder walk-behind snowblower..ever.
Ariens has never made one.
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I've never heard of a 2-cylinder walk-behind snowblower..ever.
Ariens has never made one.
Nor did Gilson.
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Not Home Owners grade, neither for the North American market, but Honda makes a large walk behind snowblower with a Fuel Injected (25hp...?) twin cylinder.

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