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    Snow blower chute angle

    Has anyone made their own electric chute spout angle for a 54 inch quick hitch blower? I was looking for pictures and ideas
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    Do you mean electrically controller remote spout control? If so, yes... dozens of folks have attached 12v linear actuators. There is also a guy on Ebay that sells a complete kit.
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    Not electric, but I copied a member's idea (with permission) from this thread. It works fantastic if you have 3rd function hydraulics.

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    Nicely done. Unfortunately my overgrown lawn mower doesn’t have a third outlet. I’m not even sure if one could be added

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