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post #1 of 6 Old 03-30-2019, 04:30 PM Thread Starter
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Hi all! I was just doing some repainting on my chute handle for the dog eater with adjustable chute, and I took off the 'Flex-grip' handle and was wondering if replacements are available. I can reuse this one, but looking for options. Handle is about 2 1/2-3 inches long, inside dia.is about 3/8- 7/16 inch. Thanks. Dave.
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What the heck is a "dog eater"?
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snowblower. mine is the second generation with a crank adjustable chute
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What the heck is a "dog eater"?
Somebody must be pretty new to Gravelys.

A name alone does not do it justice ... google Gravely dog Eater and watch a video.
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Built back in the day when machines were built for one thing, get the job done! And instruction manuals were filled with... that's right instructions. Not chapters about if you put you hand in it you'll get hurt so don't do that and that this machine could make a mess of anything that goes through it so keep small kids and dogs away. But snow... it's gone! Just what you got it for.
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