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post #1 of 5 Old 01-26-2016, 10:23 AM Thread Starter
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Had 3" this AM!

Went to bed last night excited that it was still snowing..... they said about 1" but it really turned into about 3"! That's only our second snow this year to speak of and honestly the shovel was about as easy as the blower but I'll take what I can get! Old man winter is being pretty tight fisted with the goods in the Midwest this year. I wish we could have split the difference with you poor guys out east! Oh, well. I saved enough to play with when I get home and try out my new to me old Ariens. The Craftsman with the Honda repower didn't even have to try. I also picked up a cheap old Snapper SS that needs a try..... it seems like a nice little unit. The tough part is deciding which ones to keep and which to sell! ;>P



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post #2 of 5 Old 01-26-2016, 10:34 AM
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it seems like a nice little unit. The tough part is deciding which ones to keep and which to sell! ;>P

I know that feeling. That's how it starts.


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YEP LOL - It's a sickness. I still want a Yamaha and Bob Cat to round out mine.... ;>P



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I know that feeling. That's how it starts.

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It all started with my first Yamaha Ricky that I bought without really knowing what it was........., I bought it just for the fact that it had tracks, 12V key on electric start with an on-board battery and power chute rotation (I thought it was cool for an early 90's blower).
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