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[IMG]http://i182.photobucket.com/albums/x203/rocketjimmyz/Tractors006-2.jpg[/IMG] I just picked up a 42in Snowthrower(990745) for my Simplicity 7114H with a 14hp Kohler. Will the Kohler 14 have enuff oomph or will I need more HP do do a satisfactory job of snow blowing?

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I've been blowing snow for years with a 42" SnwBlwr on a 7010. The 10hp briggs has enough torque/hp to throw lite snow 30-40 ft and heavy snow at least 10 ft away from driveway

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