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    Default RAD Technologies Blizzard Snowblower

    I am looking into purchasing a snowblower. Anyone have any experience with the RAD Technologies 64" blower? How does it stack up to a Woods 60"?

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    Default Re: RAD Technologies Blizzard Snowblower

    I have a Rad 62" front mount on the bota 3830 cause that is who makes Kutoba's blowers. I like mine but I have never had any other so I have nothing to compare it with.

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    Default Re: RAD Technologies Blizzard Snowblower

    here is a conection to the RAD site:

    RAD Equipment

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    Default Re: RAD Technologies Blizzard Snowblower

    I have the Blizzard 64" 3pth blower & I think it is pretty well made. I've seen others that look a little rough in finish & paint quality. This is my first winter using it & so far I've been very satisfied. I like the crank for the chute better than the cable system I've seen on others.

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    Default Re: RAD Technologies Blizzard Snowblower

    I had a rad 48" blower for my exmark commercial mower. It was a good piece of equipment. It chewed through the snow nicely. Even found a metal shovel in a snowbank and it chewed it up and sent it through. Two drawbacks: The chute was slow to spin from one side to the other and you had to walk around to the chute to change the discharge height.

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