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I'm seeing them all, William. Which one specifically?
 

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Toro 2 stage snow thrower

While scrolling the site I found this..... What is he trying to pull??:confused:
Something in the water up there?
 

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I like the black and white pictures. It expresses the true post neo-impressionism view
in the struggle of man against nature against machine against paddles against wheels
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I like the black and white pictures. It expresses the true post neo-impressionism view
in the struggle of man against nature against machine against paddles against wheels
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Ah! He's selling the'ART not the blower itself. That explains the price.
 

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Finally! I was able to use that Post Neo-Impressionism class I took in college.;)
Why would one need to take such a class.... Sorry to ask, inquiring minds....
 

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Why would one need to take such a class.... Sorry to ask, inquiring minds....
I had to have so many non major credits to graduate and I was taking classes
in the spring and summer to finish faster. In those semesters often there's
not a lot of choices available. No small engine classes, darn!
 

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"It is a single stage but can handle the deepest of snow."

as long as your deepest snow is never more than 6 inches.

Scot
using a single stage snowblower in very deep snow is not a problem, it will handle it its just not as fast or relaxing as using a two stage, I did it for years with my 2450E before buying and using a two stage snowblower
 

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I had to have so many non major credits to graduate and I was taking classes
in the spring and summer to finish faster. In those semesters often there's
not a lot of choices available. No small engine classes, darn!
Ah, I understand. I took private pilots ground school for that. Ironically, a school that was named for the Wright brothers, has but one aviation related class...

Unfortunately, being a working college undergrad, funds ran out before I could take flight lessons. At $100 an hour, it was a little out of my range.
 
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