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Are the tires going to give adequate traction once you get that big old blade full of white gold?
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How did the plow work out last winter? I have been looking for a used Snowthrower for my Walker but they are spendy. Don't know how much I would use it but it would be great for certain situations.



As I was told the tires work great as long as you aren't on ice.

If you get a blower you'll need to get the tires. The turf tires are useless on snow and ice.

I ended up taking the wings off mainly because I didn't have strong enough rubber cutting edges.
That little machine is great. In fact I know have two blades.
Not just the one shown here.

Professionals are people who can do their job when they don't feel like it.
Amateurs are people that can't do their job even when they do feel like it.
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