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post #1 of 16 Old 10-21-2016, 08:09 AM Thread Starter
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New YT1332 :drool:

Seems like an all new model, an upgrade from the last year YT1232

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with the USD to CAD exchange rate and 13% HST thats around 4800 USD , heft investment but not bad for a machine that would pretty much take care of all your snowblower needs for the rest of your life with next to no maintenance.
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That thing is gorgeous... However that is a tough chunk of change to swallow for something that gets limited use here in NE Ohio.... That's kind of my personal stance on snowmobiles too. LoL. Although with them you CAN I guess take them to the snow.
For the price of this blower you could buy a MEAN used Yamaha Grizzly and toss a plow on it. Heck, it's almost the price of a brand new Grizzly 450. I bought one new in 2009. It may be only a 450 but with options like a push button locking front differential it shocked the owners of the big bikes.
I tossed a plow on it and it pushed the heaviest snow with ease lol.
Now if you have the money to burn.... Then heck. I'd buy it then myself haha.

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It must be built on the "heavier duty" side of things as according to the spec sheets of the HSS1332ATD and a Yamaha YT1332 the Yamaha is a little bit heavier (only 240lbs heavier.....!!!)
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Wish they still sold them in USA!
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that beast would last a lifetime...wish I could see a video review
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I dropped into my local Yamaha dealer last week to pick up a bottle of Yamalube Ring Free Plus, I got to meet the entire family. From right to left: YT624EJ, YS1028J, YT1332ED



The YT1332D is a TANK! The Falken Tire rubber tracks are driven by cast iron cogs. The forward and reverse speed control lever locks in place in a fine tooth selector below the dash console. There's no trigger grip turning on this beast. Lock your speed, angle your chute and you steer using 2 independent center located levers like from an old D9 Dozer. I wouldn't have this thing anywhere near vehicles, pets or babies as the time you figure out how to stop somethings getting damaged. It's a beautiful machine though it lacks simplicity for ease of use. I wish they made a YT826, it would fit perfectly between the already monstrous YS1028J and the slightly undersized looking YT624EJ. The 624 would benefit immensely from a higher bucket and bucket extension as on the old models for ultimate snow collection though drift cutters can be purchased from Yamaha. The 624 is much smaller looking and lower in person, it only looks larger here due to the perspective of the photo. It's a lot smaller than the 1028.

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Comes with Falken tires!
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cool pic Greg...any reports from the dealer on the performance of the 1332?
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New YT1332 :drool:

Wow!! Nice, but that's big money for a snow blower! I get sick of my Ariens blowers before I wear them out.. not sure I'd want the same machine for the rest of my life! Life is too short!! LOL!!


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That 1332 gives me the tingles

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