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Just curious ... has anyone added an impeller kit to a brand new snowblower?
I'd be tempted but I think I'll wait and see how well mine works without, first.
 

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Two things... Warranty will be voided and what brand/modl is it?
Try it before making any mods.make sure your skid shoes are properly set but equalize tire pressures first. It's better to leave tires a little under inflated rather than over inflated.
Enjoy your new toy!
 

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good point about the warranty. I can wait until that times out I am thinking.
 

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Just curious ... has anyone added an impeller kit to a brand new snowblower?
I'd be tempted but I think I'll wait and see how well mine works without, first.
It probably isnt worth it unless there is a large gap between the impeller and the housing. i think most new blowers the clearance is pretty tight thats good.

i have experience putting them on older ariens blowers and man it really made a night and day difference. i would say stick to putting them on older blowers.
 

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I'll check the gap in the SB when I get it.
Thanks all.
 
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