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Troy Bilt Npt tires.

I saw this at Lowes today. Pretty darn cool. Anyone use one yet. I was in a rush didn't get to roll it around to get a feel for it. Just stopped in for shop vac bags and ended up in the small engine section happens every time.Pretty sure it was on a Troy. May be the way of future blowers never know.
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74 Ariens 832
8? FMC Bolens 824
02 White 4x4 Snow Boss
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We discussed these in an earlier thread..the general concensus was: a cheap cost-cutting measure given marketing spin as a great innovation.
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If you can send me a link for that thread please. I punched in a couple keywords before posting but found nothing. I've been MIA here for a while. Got some catching up to do.

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Looks to me that those would provide a pretty rough ride on pavement. Also wonder how much side slip you would get if going cross ways on a bit of an incline.

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If you can send me a link for that thread please. I punched in a couple keywords before posting but found nothing. I've been MIA here for a while. Got some catching up to do.
https://www.snowblowerforum.com/forum...ge=1&_k=w3q18c
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