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Hi All,

Jim in Unadilla, NY has this running, working SMART*WAY snowblower that he wants to find a new home for. He had a hard time registering here and asked if I'd post this for him so here you go.

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You can contact Jim at [email protected]

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Interesting tires, look just like the new Troybilt
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That's a odd looking machine,but I bet it still gets the job done...gotta like those old classics

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Interesting tires, look just like the new Troybilt
Yea but built better.
I have never seen one of those

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Hi All,

Jim in Unadilla, NY has this running, working SMART*WAY snowblower that he wants to find a new home for. He had a hard time registering here and asked if I'd post this for him so here you go.

More here.

You can contact Jim at [email protected]

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Does it blow snow out if both sides of the chute?

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Does it blow snow out if both sides of the chute?
If you zoom in it clearly states TWIN BLOWER with arrows going both directions.
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If you zoom in it clearly states TWIN BLOWER with arrows going both directions.


Cool old machine, but i hope the direction of shute can be changed and it doesnt shute both ways at same time...


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The link in the first post in this thread says there is a lever to choose right or left side.

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exactly!

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The link in the first post in this thread says there is a lever to choose right or left side.

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Exactly Scot, saw one of these work back in the day, seem to remember a couple of brands used this type of chute, simple solution...
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