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Guess this is the weekend to switch

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Michiganmobileman
Yep, me too. Need to do some welding, painting on the blower and then make it some new shoes, then I think I am going to try a stainless steel chute liner:D since I have the SS before I put it on the 7016, oh and almost forgot the cab needs to go on too, first full season for that[dOd[:D]]. And the electric chute rotor that I have the stuff for. Boy I may need more than just this weekend unless I can keep the wife busy and out of my hair. Then put the blade on the 919H and I am all set.8D

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