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Video 2 New Englander after impeller mod

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Looks great. Now you just need a substantial snow fall to load that impeller and see what it can really do.
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Looks great. Now you just need a substantial snow fall to load that impeller and see what it can really do.
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I've actually had it some deep snow left by the plow. It was a bit over the top of the housing and it did a great job.
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Been thinking about doing ths to my Yard Machines. What did you use for the rubber, about what size and did you have any problems?
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Been thinking about doing ths to my Yard Machines. What did you use for the rubber, about what size and did you have any problems?
When I used to tow my 8 x 10 enclosed trailer with my Toyota Tundra one of the rear mudflaps always got caught on the tire flipping upside down and wearing a hole in the mudflap. So I took them both off.

I used a piece of this mudflap for my impeller mod.

The blades on my impeller are very thick steel. I broke a few bits drilling my pilot holes. The blades also have a good curve near the end and I cut my pieces to just start to cover the curve. Looking back now I would make them full length if I were to do it over.

No problems with two little #8 self tapping screws holding each piece on. It has seen some hard work since the install also.
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