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what about this one guys? on CL closeby

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what yall think? is it a small type or a 2 stager one????
no concrete driveways just gravel driveway and paths need cleared on grass some hills but not sttep in some places....
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appears to be single stage.....and not worth near the asking price. jmo.

it is cute tho!!
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appears to be single stage.....and not worth near the asking price. jmo.

it is cute tho!!
Agreed.

Please direct all snow blower questions to the forums and not to me with PMs.
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just wish could find more locally
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jean, are you looking for something to restore as a hobby?or a machine that you would restore and need to be reliable when needed ? or a low maintenance used runner ?
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A bricktop powered snow blower. Didn't know Lawnboy made these. Neat.
Way overpriced, but cool. Thanks for sharing.
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for that price you could get a electric 18 inch TORO powercurve. brand new.

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I love the older Lawn Boy products. I would be all over
that if it were priced right and closer.


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seeing that you are actually use this I would pass on it for something better, much better for $350

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1-toro2450E-38419. 1-toro3000E-38435. 1-toro 3650E-38445
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Nice machine to have if you were a collector, just not practical for hard use when you need a dependable and more efficient machine.

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