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World championship consumer snowblowers video Yamaha vs Honda vs Husqvarna Track

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To me, it seemed like the only clear winner was the snow. With that solid snow, they all rode up. Personally, I think they all were using too much track speed.
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uh oh, without even looking at this.., I sense trouble

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very impressed with how fast you can switch from forward to reverse with the Yamahas

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I was wrong, it is a Husqvarna ST330T 414cc, not Ariens Rapidtrack coming 3rd.


https://www.snowblowersdirect.com/Hu...er/p13974.html

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To me, it seemed like the only clear winner was the snow. With that solid snow, they all rode up. Personally, I think they all were using too much track speed.
Yes you might be right about that!

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its been posted before on here just clutters up sbf
along with multi threads on drain gas or treat and oil threads
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Lol I wonder if your allowed to blow snow in your competitors back/face to distract them and gain a advantage lol
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Of course all of us here would have won that competition with our own precious machines

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That must be super-dense snow (I'm guessing artificially so). It seemed like more traction might have helped, along with extra weight on the buckets, to hold them down.

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