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post #1 of 6 Old 12-24-2016, 08:33 PM Thread Starter
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My first Yamaha snowblower

But definitely not my first Yamaha
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Nice blower and very nice sled

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Hey I see the Ariens in that second photo!

Still waiting to hear which it is.
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Hey I see the Ariens in that second photo!

Still waiting to hear which it is.
That's the one I sold...

"New to this forum, but not new to forums in general. I recently moved from a light to medium snow area to a heavy one.

I had a fairly new Ariens which got little use. But, like an insurance policy, it's nice to have. I also had a Polaris 500HO with a plow. Again, nice to have, but I used it mostly for ice fishing and trail riding.

Moving up north here I knew I'd be in serious snow removal territory. I'm on just under 3 acres, large gravel driveway, with a few out buildings and walk areas to keep open.

I sold the Polaris and got a Yamaha Wolverine. Something I've wanted to do for a while as I used to have a Rhino.

Well, my dealer had only 3 624's left, and 2 were pre-sold, so I grabbed the last one."

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a Yamaha stable is something you don't see on SBF , nice

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