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I realize most of you are counting robins and mounting tillers now, but after talking with my brother in Ft Collins after his recent 31 inch snow fall, I came up with a question for those of you who have used snowblowers with round chutes and the newer ones that are rectangles. He was disappointed in his 3pt blower with the retangle chute, a 2 stage after market brand which I don't know the name of. Said the WET snow stuck in it whereas he had no problem with his older single stage on his Walker mower, which he blew the chute about 20 feet in the air after about half an hour of clearing out his tool n die shop, plus everybody next door. He's had two days of fun..Thanks..MPH

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