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What's better than one Honda snowblower?

Post in 'The Gear' started by mikefrommaine, Apr 27, 2013.

  1. Two.


    Which would you keep?

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  2. WellSeasoned

    WellSeasoned Guest

    The one your not giving to me ;)
  3. bogydave

    bogydave Minister of Fire

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    The one with tracks ;)
    Can walk it up steps to blow the deck.
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  4. Regency139

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    Both.
  5. maple1

    maple1 Minister of Fire

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    Ummm - you're looking to part with one I assume? Just how far south in Maine are you? :)
  6. It's tempting to keep both -- maybe I could start a side business. But I don't have a real need for the tracked one. No stairs that I need to go up and my driveway is paved. It is nice to be able to tip up the bucket when I go off road with it though.


    I bought the tracked one a couple years ago. When I was on the way to pick it up a Canadien equipment dealer offered the sellers more than asking price for it. He had a business coming to Maine to buy outdoor power equipment that he resold in Canada.

    I thought I got a good deal on the tracked one, but the wheeled one I just bought for 400. Didn't really need it but for that price I'm gonna make some money. Might end up with a 'free' snowblower :)
  7. maple1

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    400? Holy crap - that's a steal.

    A tracked Honda is on my radar, but it's pushed to the back of it a bit right now given summer is almost here (I hope).

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