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post #1 of 3 Old 10-17-2013, 09:19 PM Thread Starter
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Wow...Lot's of new members!!!

Is it me or are there a lot of new members and logged in a lot more than last year at this time????

Going to be a fun year trying to keep up with everyone's fun in the snow...ha-ha.
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It does seem to be lots more active. I have been thinking the same thing. It'sna good thing though, and this is a really nice forum.

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Originally Posted by micah68kj View Post
It does seem to be lots more active. I have been thinking the same thing. It'sna good thing though, and this is a really nice forum.
That is because everybody is so helpful and the people here like to share their ideas and projects with each other. Sort of fun seeing what you can do like making a beast of a snow blower out of an older snow blower with a Engine swap or restoring an old snow blower to its former glory or even better. I find lots of new and interesting things here each and every day. Like using cutting board material to make a set of skid plates for the snow blower. Much cheaper than restoring an old muscle car. (Something that I would also like to do too) Although I am a Pharmacist I like still to build things and wrench on things with my hands. Plus the wealth of knowledge here on snow blowers Forum is with out comparison compared to any where else on the internet. Now where else can you find that information.

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