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Honda Snowblower High Chute Crank and Tall Handlebar Kits - (Truckee, CA)

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"THIS KIT MAKES YOUR HONDA MUCH EASIER TO USE.

High Chute Crank Handle Kit moves the chute rotation handle on your Honda snow blower from below the handlebars by your knees, to above the handlebars at a ergonomically comfortable height. This is WAY better than the stock Honda setup. Simple bolt on kit. All hardware and assembly instructions included. $60.

Also available, are high handlebar with clutch lever kits that add a second set of handlebars almost six inches higher than the Honda bars, yet allow you to use the original bars as well. This is another great ergonomic modification and is especially useful if you're over about 5'9". Some drilling required on these handle extensions and clutch lever kit. All hardware (grade 5 throughout), pre-installed quality grips, and instructions included. $110.
Both kits for $165.

Contact: Bob (530) 587-7558
Designed and fabricated in Truckee. No text please."

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This ad shows up on my local CG every year as well. I dont care much for the hand grip relocation but the crank relocation has me intrigued as I want to do something similar down the road to my HS'.
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This ad shows up on my local CG every year as well. I dont care much for the hand grip relocation but the crank relocation has me intrigued as I want to do something similar down the road to my HS'.
Yep, the handle location looks awkward, but I did the crank mod to mine and it was well worth the effort.

https://www.snowblowerforum.com/forum...on-hs1132.html
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Yep, the handle location looks awkward, but I did the crank mod to mine and it was well worth the effort.

https://www.snowblowerforum.com/forum...on-hs1132.html
Paul, great work, in the off season I need to tackle this mod as well.
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Bob retired. I spoke with him today. he is giving me all the paperwork and plans for these modifications and I am going to make them available to members of our
Facebook group HONDA SNOWBLOWER ENTHUSIASTS.

these kits are great for taller operators. I have a machine with just the chute crank mod and it works well.

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