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Snowblowing Slush....

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larry8200
Ran the 3416H at just over half throttle and was able to blow most af the snow, and some gravel right across the road. That gravel driveway keeps the blower nice and shiny. Didn't even think of clogging. Took maybe 15 minuites. I think winter is here to stay.












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Michiganmobileman
Yep, looks like Old Man Winter paid you a visit. The pictures are pretty though with the snow on the trees and the tractorsdOd. We are still brown around here a good snow would brighten things up. Thanks for sharing Larry!

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larry8200
" I can live without snow this winter" Cant we all?? LOL and a third are hoping for snow who dont have it... but I love winter and playing with my vintage toys beats snowmobiles and ATV's. IMHO.....

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