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Clever! But he now has two tools that are wrong for the job..
Thats a light duty lawn tractor, really only meant for mowing..
He will likely kill the transmission.

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there's another video floating around of a guy with a plastic folding table doing that without the aid of a tractor
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I wonder what the ideal HP to box size is? Ex: Will my 18.5 tractor be able to handle a 60" box? Or for the SHO models, 22 HP on a 42"? With the SHO that EOD will be gone, (and the box), in a flash!

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I wonder what the ideal HP to box size is? Ex: Will my 18.5 tractor be able to handle a 60" box? Or for the SHO models, 22 HP on a 42"? With the SHO that EOD will be gone, (and the box), in a flash!
Honey, I have to get a new 60" t.v. for the snowblower
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