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    Originally Posted by 401Delta View Post
    I recommend you buy a snow shovel and use it to shovel your fat ass off with, since you made a 50 page thread about being fat.
    and this honestly, i look forward to snow, shoveling is a good work out, sometimes ill walk the nieghbourhood clearing sidewalks that people are too lazy to clear themselves. (Gotta help them old folk)
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    Originally Posted by FemaleWarriorxo View Post
    In Michigan and it’s snowing pretty bad right now. Most likely going to buy this

    A relative keeps recommending it to me.
    I'd rather have a gas powered than electric.

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    good choice. looks like the same one I got a few years ago
    Got a similar one but craftsman. Works great.
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    lmao what is snow?
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    Snowblowers that actually blow snow are a waste of money and take up too much garage space. Purchase a pair of quality boots to walk through it and have a few ergonomic shovels for a fulfilling snow removal lift. Save the money and garage space for a mower.
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    Originally Posted by ZyraThornrise View Post
    Shopping today for a new snowblower and need some recommendations. I have legit no idea what I'm looking for and the last one I bought didn't cut it for our area.
    We get really deep snow here with ice under it and an atv with a plow on the front works best/ shoveling right after it snows and lots of salt
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    Originally Posted by TomcatAli View Post
    Snowblowers that actually blow snow are a waste of money and take up too much garage space. Purchase a pair of quality boots to walk through it and have a few ergonomic shovels for a fulfilling snow removal lift. Save the money and garage space for a mower.
    i normally agree with this, but some people have mile long driveways, i believe op has a large lot if I remember correct.
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    Originally Posted by TomcatAli View Post
    Snowblowers that actually blow snow are a waste of money and take up too much garage space. Purchase a pair of quality boots to walk through it and have a few ergonomic shovels for a fulfilling snow removal lift. Save the money and garage space for a mower.
    This is poor advice. My driveway is about 90ft long. Not trying to shovel 3ft at 90ft long. Ido shovel if it’s only a few inches because I like the workout. But it’s not for everybody. People hurt themselves every year doing that. You don’t know what she has for a garage or shed etc.
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    Originally Posted by snailsrus View Post
    We get really deep snow here with ice under it and an atv with a plow on the front works best/ shoveling right after it snows and lots of salt

    I have an ATV with plow. Works fine up to about a foot, maybe a bit more.

    Generally though it's way, way faster to fire up the diesel David Brown tractor with chains and a seven foot wide blower running off the PTO.

    Even that takes about a half hour if it was a good bit of snow
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    Originally Posted by Hutrapper View Post
    I have an ATV with plow. Works fine up to about a foot, maybe a bit more.

    Generally though it's way, way faster to fire up the diesel David Brown tractor with chains and a seven foot wide blower running off the PTO.

    Even that takes about a half hour if it was a good bit of snow
    My partner uses his truck if it gets really bad but generally doesn’t let it build up past a foot even if we get 3-5 ft and we don’t have a tractor :/
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    Originally Posted by ZyraThornrise View Post
    Shopping today for a new snowblower and need some recommendations. I have legit no idea what I'm looking for and the last one I bought didn't cut it for our area.

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    Originally Posted by TomcatAli View Post
    Snowblowers that actually blow snow are a waste of money and take up too much garage space. Purchase a pair of quality boots to walk through it and have a few ergonomic shovels for a fulfilling snow removal lift. Save the money and garage space for a mower.
    We already have a mower. I've got a huge driveway and lawn. Itd take hours to shovel Minnesota snow without a blower, and I have toddlers to deal with.
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    My husband told me I cant get a four wheeler. Because this is EXACTLY what I want. Lol
    Is your husband a dork or something?
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    -save money and go for the most basic but powerful machine in your budget. You don't need lights, a power chute etc... it's just more stuff to break down

    I have a 250cc (Briggs and Stratton) with no fancy gizmos and it can handle the worst of a Canadian winter including the mountains at the end of the driveway after the plow passes. It's a Yard Machines brand. I bought it at Home Depot Ive had it for about 10 years. No issues. The best $1000 I've ever spent.
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    It was 35 degrees this morning and I looked like Ralphie from a Christmas story taking my son in to daycare which sucks ass because its usually shorts weather this time of year. When it drops below 50 my bones start hurting. I don't know how y'all survive 8 months of that chit
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    I’ve got this but John Deere doesn’t make snowblowers any more. Ariens is the best

    342cc 32 inch clearing width

    http://www.snowblower.com/specs/john...ge/1332pe.html

    Would like this one day
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    Originally Posted by TBO1313 View Post
    It was 35 degrees this morning and I looked like Ralphie from a Christmas story taking my son in to daycare which sucks ass because its usually shorts weather this time of year. When it drops below 50 my bones start hurting. I don't know how y'all survive 8 months of that chit

    Lots of indoor activities.
    I don't mind it but I start getting winter blues near the end.
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    Lots of indoor activities.
    I don't mind it but I start getting winter blues near the end.
    All of these recommendations itt and that's the post you reply too?
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    Hire someone to do it OP...then spend the time making more money than you are paying them. Remember the stupid snowblowers gotta be maintained as well. taskrabbitxcom and now it is someone else's problem.
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    Originally Posted by Lifetimebulk View Post
    This is poor advice. My driveway is about 90ft long. Not trying to shovel 3ft at 90ft long. Ido shovel if it’s only a few inches because I like the workout. But it’s not for everybody. People hurt themselves every year doing that. You don’t know what she has for a garage or shed etc.
    Nonsense. Poor decisions were made to purchase so much space for living in a winter setting to try to look rich. That sort of property should be owned in warm spots where it doesn't snow.
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    OP, PM me if you want to talk. If you are in the Twin Cities suburbs with a typical 2-3 car garage and driveway you'll want a 2-stage snow thrower with a 24"-28" cutting width. I use to use a 24" Sears (MTD made) with a Tecumseh Snow King engine that worked OK but would frequently bogged down. The top brands are Ariens, Husqvarna, and Toro. If you have a really long driveway then you'll want to consider a 28"-32" wide snow thrower, possibly with tracs, possibly with an EFI engine (they throw farther). After 18 years of use I upgraded to a Ariens 28 Deluxe, should outlive me and one of the best you can get.

    A shovel is for the steps to your front door or limited access areas. For light fluffy stuff (like yesterday) a leaf blower works great. As far as maintenance you'll need to give it a good cleaning, change the spark plug, change the oil, drain the gas, and fog the cylinder before storage. Lube when necessary. It all takes about an hour a year and your machine will last for 20-30 years (or more). Buy from a dealer, they have parts and a service department, Home Depot has no after sales support.
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    Originally Posted by TomcatAli View Post
    Nonsense. Poor decisions were made to purchase so much space for living in a winter setting to try to look rich. That sort of property should be owned in warm spots where it doesn't snow.
    Keep coping. I love where I live and my house isn’t that big. My previous house was less than half the size in a cheaper area. Guess what you still have to deal with the snow. Even when there’s no where to put it. Now I’ve got plenty space to put it.
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