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New Inverted snow blower for my 3039R

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Just arrived last week, MK Martin 68" Inverted blower, I ordered back in March, was supposed to have hydraulic chute rotator, they sent electric, have the correct one coming from the distributor, been looking at how these work on videos and they seem to do the job well even driving through the snow, have back and neck issues so a standard one wasn't an option for me, and front blower was out of the question since I like using a front plow and bucket during the winter, anyone else own one of these inverted blowers? I also would like to know if just using front chains would hurt the machine? I have loaded rears but would need to add spacers in order for rear chains, but would like to have some additional traction for getting up my steep driveway if it gets slippery, anyone using front chains only?

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These snow blowers make my head hurt. I can see the appeal, but I've never understood the concept of driving through the snow first, unless you only average a few inches per snowfall.
Not to rain on your parade, very nice addition you have there @Pappy1600
As I said, there is definitely some appeal to the inverted snow blowers.
PJR832, I recall seeing some of your snow removal posts with snow pusher in really deep snow. Seems like the FEL blade could be set off the ground at a point(12"-18") before you lose traction and both could be used together well?

Pappy1600, I like your new setup for snow removal. Winter is coming, have fun!
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