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post #1 of 29 Old 12-28-2017, 10:39 PM Thread Starter
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Wow! You need to:
A: Get a larger snowthrower or;
B. Get some drift cutters for that snowblower or;
C. Move to Florida!
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Uhh....yeah... you might want to invest in maybe a "slightly" larger machine?


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Looks like a kick asz little blower to me. Work it!

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Peppy little machine, isnt it?

Seeing you pump the drive lever reminded me how much I love hydrostatic transmissions.
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Good vid! The little train that could.

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That machine is getting it done, a pair of drift cutters might help.., a little!?
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When you are using your handle bars as drift cutters you know you have some snow.
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Machine is doing a fine job. Yes, drift cutters definitely would help. Might want to drop down your speed as well. That's a lot of snow to deal with. Good job.

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