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Re: Simplicity P1628E For Sale?
#1   Oct 5, 2014 7:48 pm
Anyone?
Simplicity P1628E For Sale?
#2   Oct 3, 2014 9:31 am
My son went off to college, so the wife and I are downsizing into a condo. I have a Simplicity Signature Pro P1628E Snow blower (either 3 or 4 years old, can't remember which) that I am not going to need any longer. Given that nothing is wrong with it, what would be a good asking price? Paid $2,200 for it brand new. Advice anyone?
Re: Use of snow blowers on steep incline.
#3   Jan 20, 2011 2:24 pm
DougDeLashmutt wrote:
Hi All.  I am going to buy a snow blower soon and need some advice.  My driveway is between 20% to 30% grade for about 150 feet..   I am concerded that a wheel drive snow blower will not be able to get up a drive that steep with snow on the drive.  At what angle of incline does a trak drive blower need to be considered?  What is the primary puopose of trak drive?. 

Thanks!

Doug D

Thanks everybody for the input. 

Doug D



20-30% incline is the most I have ever heard!
Re: I'm game for a good snow blower fight
#4   Jan 3, 2011 4:29 pm
borat wrote:
Give me your coordinates, I'll line up the Simplicity then engage a suitable snow bank.   Wait a few minutes then prepare for incoming.   You'll need a very stout umbrella.


Using the Simplicity is like bringing a gun to a knife fight... Borat's the favorite.
Re: Ariens a BIG disappointment
#5   Jan 3, 2011 4:20 pm
My neighbor had similar issues. He sold it at a garage sale and bought a Simplicity... then moved to Minnesota. He said the Simplicity (Large frame) was worlds better in quality than the Ariens.
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