Snow Blowers and Throwers

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Written By: Snow Blowing Man - Jun• 16•15

This Is A Snow Blower Chute Modification Done To A Wheel Horse Snowblower On A C-120 Tractor. This Test Will Determine If The Blower Throws Snow Further.
Video Rating: 3 / 5

Originally posted 2012-03-24 23:09:29. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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  1. 7minibike2 says:

    thats works great thanks for showing how its done very cool!!!!mike

  2. decoysk says:

    DESIGN THINGS THE WAY THEY DO ! I`D RATHER HAVE MY ENGINE LAST LONGER ! before the mod she was doing fine !

  3. Brians4x4Life says:

    holy crap nice distance

  4. mrwiggles2 says:

    There is a guy on Youtube or somewhere that sells these rubber kits. I think you can expect 5 years or so on the rubber before you need to replace. It does make the snowthrower more efficient and less likely to clog. Its that gap where slush and ice form that gives you problems.

  5. novicharged306 says:

    pretty cool, but I can hear it dragging down the motor now

  6. drfgood84 says:

    yes u can

  7. srslandscape says:

    could this be done with any 2-stage snowblower

  8. chevyforddodge4x4 says:

    Hi duke if you keep it up u can blow the snow over the house in to the back yard ! lol very nice !

  9. tazzees says:

    Ha man that mod, made a very big different!
    i thank i would be happy with that.
    5 star man love it ………

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