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We had a little pre-Halloween snow this past weekend here on the east coast. I cold not resist trying out the new 2305 with the 47 inch front monted blower. Overall I was pleased. We'll see what real winter weather brings in a few more weeks. Check out the pic; I hope it comes through. Cheers!
 

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Lookin' Good Clay

Thanks for the photo. I am sure will get a lot of use out of it this winter. That set-up can move a lot of snow.

I re-posted the pic for easier viewing.
 

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Nice setup Clay, thanks for the pic.
 

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Well...I was really impressed until Randy reposted the pic. I was thinking that blower had velcro for skids on your really steep hills. :lol:
 

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We had a little pre-Halloween snow this past weekend here on the east coast. I cold not resist trying out the new 2305 with the 47 inch front monted blower. Overall I was pleased. We'll see what real winter weather brings in a few more weeks. Check out the pic; I hope it comes through. Cheers!
Here's mine..... (note bucket devoid of snow, a very good thing)
 

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I had a 2305 and the 47" snow blower for 3 years. It is a great combination. The more snow you get in the hopper the better it "Purs". It gets nice and quiet also when you have a lot of snow. I sold the blower because I ended up using the 54 " snow plow instead. I favored the plow because my driveway constantly needs grading throught the winter and with the blower on it was a pain to change when I needed to grade the mudpit! I recently traded in the 2305 for a 2320, they really hold their value.

Good luck

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