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Setting the sleds

Merry Christmas everyone, first chance out using the new snow blower and curious where people set their sleds on the side.
Do you let the scraper bar scrape?
I have a small 3 car wide, 2 car deep recently paved driveway.
Occasionally need to go over the a section of the lawn.
Love to hear people’s thoughts.


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most common for pavement is use cardboard or painters stir stick under scraper bar then set skid height, but do this on a level surface.

most dont like riding on the scraper, wears it out prematurely and any imperfections on ground will hit scraper bar and wont feel good to u or ur machine, ask me how i know.

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I've set my skids with paint stir sticks for at least 20 years.

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