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    54 Snow blower wing modifications

    As you all know, the 54" snow blower is a bit on the narrow side for the 2000 series machines. So I took things into my own hands and decided to add wings to increase the width by another 12". I got the material and took it to a shop to put the bends in. I think I made them out of 3/16 thick material. I powder coated everything. Here are the pics to show the final outcome. Hope ya like 'em.
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    As usual randy, nice job! I have a set for my 47" blower but ended up taking them off after a few seasons. Besides the concrete pad in front of the garage, the bulk of my snowblowing is single car width driveway. They seemed bulky to me and I haven't missed them much. Enjoy yours!


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    Looks great! Nice work..

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    Quote Originally Posted by ColonyPark View Post
    As usual randy, nice job! I have a set for my 47" blower but ended up taking them off after a few seasons. Besides the concrete pad in front of the garage, the bulk of my snowblowing is single car width driveway. They seemed bulky to me and I haven't missed them much. Enjoy yours!
    I have already used them for one season and I love them. Great for cutting through some big drifts. I can run the pads to the edge of the concrete and let the wings clear the extra for the brush clean up.
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    Man...its good to have you contributing again. Your projects are always an inspiration. I just wish we had a need for snow removal , err...maybe not. But looks great!
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    Quote Originally Posted by rgd View Post
    Man...its good to have you contributing again. Your projects are always an inspiration. I just wish we had a need for snow removal , err...maybe not. But looks great!
    I agree!!!... in fact if you dont mind, can you please sell your present rig and set up and buy all new so you can do all the Mods you have done so far to another unit....

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    Quote Originally Posted by rgd View Post
    Man...its good to have you contributing again. Your projects are always an inspiration. I just wish we had a need for snow removal , err...maybe not. But looks great!
    Quote Originally Posted by Eugene View Post
    I agree!!!... in fact if you dont mind, can you please sell your present rig and set up and buy all new so you can do all the Mods you have done so far to another unit....

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    Thanks guys. Stand by, I have more ideas.

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    I'm much closer.... Now if we'd only get some snow.....


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    Quote Originally Posted by cheesetrain View Post
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    Ok, I'm curious. Randy, what did you attach the brackets to on the snowblower housing itself? Looks like some sort of custom bracket that is either welded or bolted to the snow blower.
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