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Used snowblowers
#1   Dec 11, 2011 3:27 pm
Hello everyone!

It's that time of the year again

I am looking forward to all the post and topics.

I do have a question for the mods,is it ok to advertise

used snowblowers on here?

Thanks Al

Re: Honda 1132TAS
#2   Dec 11, 2011 3:23 pm
I love my honda with the tracks.

I just fired her up this afternoon for the first

time since last winter. One pull!!

Re: Wheels vs Tracks and a Honda HS928TCD
#3   Jan 20, 2011 9:28 pm
Paul7 wrote:
I wonder where the sweet spot ends with tracks and maneuverability.   I mean it sounds like an in-shape 40 year old man would have no problems with tracks.  But would you recommend tracks to someone who's more advanced in years?  So lets say someone in their late fiftys...with the machine built to last 20 to 25 years,  would they still be able to handle it when they're in their seventies?

Hi Paul  this old guy is 56 ,neck surgery last year and two back

surgeries in the last 10 years,and I still man handle my machine.

Re: Wheels vs Tracks and a Honda HS928TCD
#4   Jan 20, 2011 9:25 pm
Dr.woof good luck with your new Honda.

You made a good choice on your snowblower.

Re: ill show you mine
#5   Jan 13, 2011 8:46 pm
aa335 wrote:
It seems well built.  It got me kinda interested for the use of composite material and mixing of 2 stage in a single stage package.  Almost picked one up just for grins.  But I decided not to until I have a organized way of keeping more than 3 snowblowers.  Unfortunately, our neighborhood doesn't allow detached outdoor storage or sheds. 

Well the little Ariens threw me a curve,it worked great,but today

I went into my garage and low and behold fuel was leaking under it.

 I wanted to shoot it!!  What a mess,I think it's coming out of the carb.

I'll have to fuss and fiddle with it when it warms up.

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