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    Default New Woods Snowblower

    After using the FEL to remove snow for 6 years, I bought a Woods SB54 snowblower. I use the FEL all year so I didn't want a front mount, nor did I want to pay the money for one. The FEL works fine for me, just very time consuming. I had it narrowed down to Blizzard, Farm King, and Woods. I found a dealer that was $700 less than anyone else for the Woods and close enough for me to pick up, so I bought that one. I was going to go with a company down south that sells the Farm King, but I never have good luck with the shipping companies. Stuff always arrives broken or bent, so I'm done with that route. The Woods should suit me fine for my 250 ft paved driveway.
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    Default Re: New Woods Snowblower

    very nice snow blower!!
    Woods does make some outstanding equipment (my chipper and RFM are Woods (mower is marketed by Frontier, but of Woods manufacture)).
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    Cool Re: New Woods Snowblower

    Quote Originally Posted by Hill-Billy View Post
    After using the FEL to remove snow for 6 years, I bought a Woods SB54 snowblower. I use the FEL all year so I didn't want a front mount, nor did I want to pay the money for one. The FEL works fine for me, just very time consuming. I had it narrowed down to Blizzard, Farm King, and Woods. I found a dealer that was $700 less than anyone else for the Woods and close enough for me to pick up, so I bought that one. I was going to go with a company down south that sells the Farm King, but I never have good luck with the shipping companies. Stuff always arrives broken or bent, so I'm done with that route. The Woods should suit me fine for my 250 ft paved driveway.


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    Default Re: New Woods Snowblower

    Nice looking blower!

    I'm curious for the price on the Woods 54" blower? My sil has a similar need. Thanks.
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    Default Re: New Woods Snowblower

    Nice blower, i have an sb74c on order, looking forward to its arrival.
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    Default Re: New Woods Snowblower

    Foggy, it was $2600. two other dealers wanted $3200

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    Thanks! That sounds like a good price for a good blower! WTG
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    Default Re: New Woods Snowblower

    Nice heavy duty blower, Woods makes some nice attachments, good luck and before you know it you'll be using it.
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    Default Re: New Woods Snowblower

    Wow, nice ! That looks like a really stout blower.

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    Default Re: New Woods Snowblower

    Thanks for all the nice comments.

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