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How to move snow in a hurry

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thats just too much noise

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The question is... Does it come with defrosters, heaters, and a cup holder or is that optional! I would need mufflers on mine I don't think the neighbors would like to hear that at 7 am on a Sunday morning.

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This walk behind is likely cheaper and more efficient plus I love the drift breakers !!
For that effort and $$$ I would have done a riding mower with cab.

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Make sure the windows are up before the snow plow goes by !!

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That guy definitely should be wearing hearing protection. ������
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