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I think someone on here was asking if you could put this engine on a snow blower????

Well someone did...this was on craigslist Today!!!


I could not believe the size of this motor.


https://nh.craigslist.org/hsh/d/litc...830707055.html
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...23.5HP V-twin on it now so about 3 times the power as your normal 24in cut
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Might be a little low on power for a 24 inch bucket. Should have used a 21 inch.

Wake me up when the snow's done...
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Heavy! Imagine how light the auger housing is, bouncing up and down maybe?

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Heavy! Imagine how light the auger housing is, bouncing up and down maybe?
Put on the wheelie anti-tippers!!!

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I can use one of those on my single stage.

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I think Genos frankenblower has a bigger engine but his ariens is wider.
All the buyer needs is snow chains and the can of certified and serial numbered "Whoop Ass" can stay in the cupboard.
Whoever buys it will have no issues with blizzards from now on.

The engine alone is worth that for sure as it can be put on another snow mule for sure with some work.
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that is just ridiculous. i don't even know how he would even thinks he could sell that thing. look at where/how he has the fuel tank mounted. talk about redneck. it is also probably very heavy and clumsy machine.

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