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    At the computer again! New video, snowblower demo and some special "effects"

    Ok, don't expect Star Wars but before I bought my 47" I had no idea how it worked or what it could do. Here is my little video with some "effects". I hope you enjoy. I will do another when we have snow and can show it in action as well. Best wishes!

    https://youtu.be/dgSM8tNDRa0
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    According to the PTO markings on your tach you should be running the snow blower at 3200 RPM when blowing snow.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jgayman View Post
    According to the PTO markings on your tach you should be running the snow blower at 3200 RPM when blowing snow.

    At that fast the snow would fly into the next county.
    Somewhat slower would be adequate if you just want it out of the driveway and in the lawn.
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    Quote Originally Posted by genesusie View Post
    At that fast the snow would fly into the next county.
    Somewhat slower would be adequate if you just want it out of the driveway and in the lawn.
    I agree, there were a couple of times I needed to juice up the RPMs more than 2500 but for me and the engine2500 or so seemed good but I am sure it wouldn't hurt if I went faster. Either way thank you for the comments. I love my 1025r so these are fun!
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    Quote Originally Posted by genesusie View Post
    At that fast the snow would fly into the next county.
    Somewhat slower would be adequate if you just want it out of the driveway and in the lawn.
    It's not about the distance, running the impeller at the rated PTO speed will help to prevent clogs in the chute when the snow is wet.
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    Ok my one final video this weekend. I made this after I got back in. Not necessarily John Deere branded snacks but these were VERY tasty. I make them with Cheddar Cheese since one of my kids can't do lactose and tolerates cheddar fine. Try them if you are worn out from tractor duty!

    My "world famous" mini pizza slice appetizers - Cheap, easy and great!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aEQpIA3yV6E

    Thank you
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