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    Veteran Member easygo's Avatar
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    Default Re: Snow blower and engine RPM question

    WayneB,

    That was just the thing I needed to hear, because I bought the blower this morning with a slight doubt in the back of my mind. I will give it a test drive tonight.


    Thanks again everyone for all the helpful hints.
    It's the going that counts not the distance!

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    Platinum Member herringchoker's Avatar
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    Kubota B7800, Case 450

    Default Re: Snow blower and engine RPM question

    I think it will work for you. Good luck! Keep us posted.
    Kubota B7800, LA402 FEL, Homemade cab, 60" bushcutter, 74" rear snowblower.
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    Case 450 c/w 6-way dozer.

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    Silver Member rpraymond's Avatar
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    Kubota L3430HSTC, Kubota B2320 w/FEL, Allis-Chalmers D10

    Default Re: Snow blower and engine RPM question

    Hey, if the blower doesn't perform the way you want you can always sell it, get your money back and buy the new one. Hope it works though!
    Kubota L3430HSTC w/72" front mounted snowblower, Kubota B2320 w/FEL, Allis-Chalmers D10, 60" Bush Hog, 3pt. woodsplitter, Goosen 3pt. chipper/shredder, Woods rototiller, Landpride GS1548 grading scraper.

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    Veteran Member easygo's Avatar
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    Default Re: Snow blower and engine RPM question

    Well. I am officially impressed with the capability of snowblowers and yet again with my little tractor. As luck would have it we had a 4" snowfall last night so I actually HAD TO use the blower. Another thing that concerned me was how they work when there is little snow. It worked great. Just to see what it can do I eased it into heavy semi-frozen stuff that I piled up with the FEL after previous storms. It worked very well. This morning I finished clearing snow in 45 min and that included tractor warm-up time, some playing and admiring the job well done as I drove my victory lap in the driveway at 1mph or so. Afterward I really felt like using words that are on the FCC's no-no list but as an expression of satisfaction.
    It's the going that counts not the distance!

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