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Greatest Distance Traveled For A Snowblower?

I've gone 50 miles to buy but would go more for the right deal.

I had a guy come 600 miles for one I was selling.

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I had a guy come 600 miles for one I was selling.
Wow. That's a long drive.
I sent my son out on a journey to pick up some parts once.
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I'll do a 100 miles for good deal on a blower......none at the moment as I'm full up and can't sell a one if I gave it away....
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Wow. That's a long drive.
I sent my son out on a journey to pick up some parts once.
I have never mentioned this before because nobody would believe it. He flew in, rented a vehicle to pick up and drove home.

he did mention that he owned multiple property rentals .Probably many.

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I drove 6 hours round trip for a 13hp 36" Aries pro with 12 volt start for $300 not including gas.....

But I did it anyway !!! Oh, yeah..... still sitting in my shop waiting for some love 😨😨

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I drove over 100 miles each way for my wheeled Yamaha.


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I drove 6 hours round trip for a 13hp 36" Aries pro with 12 volt start for $300 not including gas.....

But I did it anyway !!! Oh, yeah..... still sitting in my shop waiting for some love 😨😨
That still sounds like a pretty darn good deal, even with the driving!

My furthest so far has only been under an hour. But depending on the deal, I'd be willing to go further.

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I drove about 420 miles round trip to pick up a Troy Bilt Tracker 2690 XP for my son in December, but also visited friends along the way. I've driven 1,280 miles round trip to Mississauga, Ontario to pick up a motorcycle, and over 1,300 miles round trip to Erie, PA to pick up a boat, though...
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i drove about 420 miles round trip to pick up a troy bilt tracker 2690 xp for my son in december, but also visited friends along the way. I've driven 1,280 miles round trip to mississauga, ontario to pick up a motorcycle, and over 1,300 miles round trip to erie, pa to pick up a boat, though...
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I drove about 2 hours, one way, for my 1964 Wheel Horse:



because I wanted that specific model!
and the price was right..exactly what I wanted.

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