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Under the right conditions, my Honda snowblower will toss the snow in a 30' arc. No need to fill a bucket to dump over a fence.
 

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Expensive, too. But I bought mine around 20 years ago, so it seems cheap now. Was not back then.
I’d like to have one, but can’t justify the cost due to other snow removal equipment I already have. I’d almost get one just for the satisfaction of watching the snow fly that far.
 

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I’d like to have one, but can’t justify the cost due to other snow removal equipment I already have. I’d almost get one just for the satisfaction of watching the snow fly that far.
There is no doubt, I get a real kick watching light powder snow arcing 30 feet on a cold sunny morning when I'm clearing the drive.
 
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