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Is this a recommended blowing technique

Is this a recommended way to run your snowblower? Lol I am guessing that maybe he couldn't find anyone to record the operation so he did it himself?

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That's one of them "Smart Snowblowers". Of course it's a Honda!!
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if there is nothing around why not? won't hurt anything. i would if i could but there is usually too much maneuvering needed around here.

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Nice use of gloves lol wel las long as there's no dog or children !!!!

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I would say that would be an open invite to some major accidents with disastrous results.

Actually, the older Ariens will do that on there own Ö of course it was re-engineered for safety.
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Lol, it's actually doing a good job on some pretty deep snow. The new "iSnowbot."

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Probably just ran inside for a dump.
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It sure tracked straight. Didnít even miss a smidge.
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