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snowshoveler

Name macneil
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Location bridgewater nova scotia...aka the swamp
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Date Joined Jan 3, 2003
Date Last Access Jul 28, 2005 9:17 pm
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Re: Lets hope there is not a repeat.
#1   Jul 28, 2005 9:17 pm
im still watching ...

Marshall a good many people from canada wish a safe return for the shuttle.

chris 

Re: Any Craftsman historians out there?
#2   Jul 28, 2005 9:12 pm
woops ...sorry about that one ill keep my big mouth shut until i see your pic

later chris

Re: Ariens Vs Toro
#3   Jul 28, 2005 9:10 pm
snowblowers...thats my speciality.

okay now,toro was losing market share and so was ariens.just to expensive for most folks

result ...toro came up with a new styled machine ,no drum auger and lighter all over.still a good machine but nowhere what it used to be.

ariens ...same idea, they had to to cut costs and regain some sales.so they make a cheeper machine.however they redoo some and call them pro units and they are as good or better than they ever were.pricy but you get what you pay for.

in my opinion i would be looking at the simplicity -snapper blower,the simplicity has a better control system and a heavier duty handle.very good value for the dollar.

and there is a new child coming into the herd to. word is mitsubshi is going to sell there tractors and snowblowers here.

rumor also has it that a mitsu will eat a honda no prob. i have a little trouble with that one because i ahve always beleived honda was the best no question but folks in the know say the mitsu is better.

we are a mitsu dealer so we will know in time.

later chris

Re: Any Craftsman historians out there?
#4   Jul 28, 2005 11:04 am
already been there and done this pic already. and miss snowshoveler posted a link to a big website about it .

nice machine but was prone to fall over easily. i see this one has a new briggs engine on it.and so did the pic that we saw a month or so ago.

later chris 

Re: OPE Forum Meet and Greet
#5   Jul 27, 2005 7:49 pm
hmmm...

road trip to Paulas place ,im thinking i would even take a vacation for that.she would probably keep me in the garage servicing her EQUIPMENT the whole time i was there.

maybe Lint  and Wind would help me also.

later chris

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