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What was he thinkin' ??

Have to wonder what the "improvement" is with that chute extension

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the chute extension is longer than the chute LOL!

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Compensation for something of his much umm “shorter”

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At least someone did a good job of welding some extra metal to the skids.

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That's just cruel, maybe true but cruel

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Have to wonder what the "improvement" is with that chute extension

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More than likely it eliminates the snow spray that he has to deal with. I hope he finishes wiring up that headlight.
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More than likely it eliminates the snow spray that he has to deal with. I hope he finishes wiring up that headlight.
I thought that yellow thing was the ON / OFF pull cord for the light

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5-6 years back we got hammered with snow. I remember doing the walks along side the road. When you have 7' tall snow piles where you don't see anyone once you get inside the sidewalk that chute would work well for that snow condition.

You ever see the guys who build snowblowers out of V8's . Duel exhaust with rain flaps up on top.

Those machines blow it back to the North Pole. They are fun to watch but totally worthless when you need to maneuver the thing down sidewalks...

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