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Name Mike
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Re: New Toy for the boy
#1   Dec 17, 2014 7:32 am
"Peeves; 1. They don't include a power cable for the electric start. I have three spares from previous units, still in their bags since I just pull the cord. Not including a cable seems cheap. Yes its a peeve, no it doesn't make sense;" I guess you wanted/needed a 4th to keep in the bag ?
Re: Why are Honda snowblowers so expensive?
#2   Mar 5, 2012 10:00 pm
You must be SHI**ING.  Once again you will try to start. 
Re: While I wait for the snow, what about the fuel?
#3   Dec 25, 2011 12:19 pm
I have had a can of gas for 2 years with stable in it. I have used it in my mower with no problems for the last 2 years. 
Re: Single Stage EOD
#4   Dec 24, 2011 10:07 am
My Toro 2450 does it here in MA.  I just use the push pull method and have never had a problem. My Honda or Ariens 2 stage does it easier but on the days that I use the SS I have had no problems with large amounts of EOD.
Re: How much clearance for a "CLARENCE" ?
#5   Dec 7, 2011 7:20 pm
I have posted this many times on both forums.  I purchased my Ariens 1128dle new.

The first season we got his with heavy wet snow that quickly turned to rain. My Ariens turned into a sausage maker.  Slush would fall out of the chute like a Sweet Italian sausage and then plug.

  I was discusted with my machine and ready to sell it. I put the Clarence impeller kit in and it became a new machine.

 It goes through the wettest of snow, slush, and even throws water like a cannon.  Without this kit I would have sold my machine.

  My Honda's throw like that right out of the factory and no need for the kit.

 I have also installed them on many other machines and have never had any problems.

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