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littlemarv

Heres one for the snowblower gurus!

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Talntedmrgreen
quote:Originally posted by rokon2813

700, 725, Landlord, Landlord 101, 2010, 2012 2110, 2112, 2210, 2212, 3110, 3112, B1, B10, Big Ten, B12, B110, B112, B210, B212I think that's all ;);)


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littlemarv

No, I just found it on CL and called the guy on it, he says he's had it for sale for two winters but no one will buy it cause nobody knows what it fits. He sent me the pictures, I posted it here, and relayed the info to him.

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rokon2813
quote:Originally posted by Burntime

It all depends on what you want. If you want period specific, well, its hard to find. GRAB IT! If you are more into function and you have the hp, get a 42". Only you can decide.


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id="quote">Given a choice, I would always go with a 42", horsepower or not.The only time you need more horsepower for a 42" is on the first pass in deep snow. After that you can always take a smaller bite.The 42" will always get the rear tires further away from the bank.Not positive, but the tapered side blower like shown is either 32" or 36"Mine is the same width as the rear tires and it can cause problems backing up.

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Burntime

Dan, you mirrored exactly as I had said. Function or period specific. You do bring a good point up with the rear tires. It depends on what you want. Ultimately they both will do what you need, the narrower one is just more seat time! :D

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