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tej
It's right here in South central Wisconsin. Started about 3:00 yesterday afternoon and still coming down. Some day I'll get a blower for the old tractor, but until then will have to fire up the old Toro blower and make due.

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Ok Jeff and Todd, So we did get it here in Southeast Wisconsin at about 8" - 10". But the Simplicity blew right on through without a grunt !!!

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All right - glad to hear you had a good time and hope the wind was with you!!! :)

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dlcentral
We got about 6" of heavy, wet stuff on the CT shore. The Simplicity blower went through it like a champ! I had a ball. Can't wait for more. Did both my neighbors driveways for fun! I can't give enough praise about the Vanguard V-twin. Awesome power. Last summer I asked the club about single stage vs two stage blowers and was told the single work fine. You guys were rite. That's a understatement. Wet snow with a hard crust was no problem. People who say single stages are no good havn't used a Simplicity. Now I wish I lived where there was more snow. You guys must have a lot of fun blowing all winter. May the wind be with you!

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Les
This is my first full winter with a Simplicity snowblower, which I bought after the big new years day storm of 1999(the blade just didnt cut it). The 42" single stage on a hydro tractor is just awsome! I just cant hardly wait for more snow! I never cease to be impressed by Simplicity equipment.

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Kent
We received close to 10" here in South-Central Massachusetts. Definitely enough to make we wish I had the snowblower mounted up instead of the blade -- too much to easily pile up. Oh well, it's plowed now...

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