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yukon

picked up a 42 inch snowblower the other day and i got the manual with it, strange thing is its got 3 inch wings on it the manual doesn't say anything about it but they look like factory has anyone ever seen wings like these

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Burntime

Never saw it before. I was always worried about flexing at the bottom corner, that is where I see the tears in the body when they go. Give it a whirl. 6 inches of extra clearing is a ton. Just try a 36 vs 42 inch blower and its a big difference! Give it a whirl. The only problem I see is when there is a lot of snow you will have to slow down some more, and it will not clean all the way down. I have a boulder retaining wall on my driveway so it would be a problem. If you just boarder grass it would be worth a try! By the way, they are made up very well. If it were me, I would put a second set of straps on the inside to combat the force rather than just hanging them on the side...

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