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post #1 of 6 Old 08-01-2017, 05:42 PM Thread Starter
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I just picked up a gem...a single stage old Sno Away that looks brand new......what a barn find! Thing is....I've got way too many blowers as it is....like 30. Soooo.....any members that have an interest...shoot me a PM
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I've got way too many blowers as it is....like 30.
You mean having 30 snowblowers is having way too many...???
Oh boy....! I guess I have a major problem.......
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I got too many lawn tractors too.....I keep selling them, but fix them faster then I can sell......and fall in love with them after I fix them....... I've got some nice old Simplicities, and Gilsons and Toros...not to mention Hahns Eclipse and dozens of Ariens...the newer stuff I'l post on CL..but the real cool stuff I would hope the membership would be interested in.
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can you post some pics?

1989 John Deere 1032
1979 Toro 5/24 38040 (now a 6.5/24)
2015 Snapper Pro SW30 52" Mower
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I'm almost out of space for my membership level....shoot me your e-mail and I'll send some
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Here is my S4 I saved from the scrap yard. Runs excellent, I haven't thrown a lot of snow with it so a review isn't possible. My snowblower collection has kind of gotten out of hand but it could be worse.
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