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Old 12-05-2002, 11:01 PM
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Alright, so the 900SC is installed, what kind of drive can I use to quit blowing lower units, and would a drive shower help???
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Might change the CMI's around to go down thru the transom and add some of those angled tips to blow down. Keep the feet warmer and dry the asphalt as you go by. Can't have someone slipping on ice you know!
 
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What the f*ck is a snow shovel?
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Old 12-06-2002, 12:15 AM
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They are large flat shovels YOU can use to get the gator Sh#t out of you're yard and wing it into the neighbors yard!!!! What the hell, if you're so interested come on up I'll show you how to use it. My wife could use a rest anyhow!!!
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Maybe I can send you my trusty old aluminum Craftsman snow shovel and you can straighten the rolled edges, repair the crack and then lab finish it for the perfect balance.

C'mon whadaya say??? Gotta keep those employees sharp through the lean months!!! our records show that this shovel has been previously labbed with a doublecup TIP with a triple cupped edge WITH A FLUKE OUT OF BALANCE SORRY YOUR WARRANTY IS VOID. HAPPY HOLIDAYS!!!!!!!!
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Alright, so the 900SC is installed, what kind of drive can I use to quit blowing lower units, and would a drive shower help???
NICCCCEEEEEEEE /ALTHOUGH IT LOOKS LIKE IT COULD EAT TREES

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WHAT YOU REALLY NEED IS SNOW BOOT SHOWERS.
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Old 12-06-2002, 07:57 AM
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hey florida gator,R addictions right, thats what us florida guys use to fling the dog crap into the neighbors yard down here,I guess if we had the blower with the 900sc we could get it on the neighbors house.......

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Old 12-06-2002, 09:30 AM
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What the hell happened to that guy's hand? BH
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Any snow shoveling/throwing professional knows the biggest problem is snow build up on the shovel or auger. I was thinking two or three coats of one of them mystery bottom waxes would cure those woes !
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Old 12-06-2002, 01:45 PM
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Every time it snows the emergency rooms fill up with these type of injuries. Ive seen quite a few. Wet snow and beer seem to be the biggest pre-cursers to these injuries. Reaching into the chute to clear packed wet snow seems like a good idea to some folks.
 
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