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putting on a snowblower this year has really paid for itself. so far we have just had our biggest snow. 2" maybe here in my area. it was worth all of the time, money and trouble to not deal with a big one. of course winter isn't over but anything else will probably melt fast down here. probably speaking too soon. it is like biggie_rat said - buy or in my case put on a snowblower and you won't need it for several years. that worked for me. this snow is heading up east. you guys wanted it - you can have it. Gary

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I told you, Gary. Yes, I bought a new Troybilt 10hp walk behind (with heated hand grips, no less) and never used it for 4 seasons. It was worth every penny, too. That was 7-8 years ago and I brought it down from the barn this year, but took it back up with everything else, snow related of my own, about a month and a half ago. I didn't even put my cab put on this year. That snow blower is proof that if you drain your gas every year (or in my case, don't put any in at all), the carb won't gook up and it will start every time, first pull, when you need it. The electric starter will probably rust up from not being used. B.R.

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