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    ultimate snow blower

    Found this and in my thinking they really nailed a snow blower. The video show the normal one but they also make one that expands as well

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    That's quite the machine. That operator is scary fast! I wouldn't mind having one of those on the front of my 3320.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Superglidesport View Post
    That's quite the machine. That operator is scary fast! I wouldn't mind having one of those on the front of my 3320.
    Has me thinking about the 54 I have since it is he old refrigerator heavy metal design. I do not think would be that hard to build a set up like that since the box on the 54 is already heavy and using 3/8 sheet steel and I think it would work.

    Trying to find the face book video link of the one with the expanding wings it is awesome.
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    That's pretty darn cool the way that it pulls the edge back. The music really makes the video though. Very appropriate.
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    I'm not going to lie; by the time the video was over, my heart rate was up, I was breathing heavily, and my palms were just a little bit sweaty.



    Very creative problem solving. Very smart engineering.
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    Pretty slick.
    Looks expensioso
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    Smallest it come is is a 86" for 55Hp tractors, probably a good thing for me as I'd realllllyyyyyyyy want one!
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    Very Cool.
    The music sucked.
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    Quote Originally Posted by balrog006 View Post
    Smallest it come is is a 86" for 55Hp tractors, probably a good thing for me as I'd realllllyyyyyyyy want one!
    I wonder how hard it would be to modify a rear mounted blower........
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    Sorry but this is the the one that got my attention.

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