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Proud Grandpa

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Yesterday we took our 7010 6 speed to my Grandson's house so he could use it to plow snow (if we ever get any). Anyway, I got this picture in an e-mail from him this afternoon. He added the stack in the picture, completely on his own. He is 13 and into all things mechancal.
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It looks like he attached his stack to the exhaust baffle that is built in to the hood, so that the stack can move with the hood when it is opened. Proud Grandpa, you bet! BTW I have no explanation for the green in the background! John U

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