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    Duntroon, ON - Case 455(?) - $500

    A 4xx series machine?? Who wants to guess what this might be?!

    "Has a case mid size 455 model garden tractor underneath with 4 clylinder Wisconsin it runs but needs new cap for magneto ..dual stage front blower $500 call or text 705 444 4916"

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    Case 455 garden tractor modified,
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    Price: $*500

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    The new leader in the ugly tractor contest Around here a running 4 cylinder Wisconsin would bring better than $500


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    LOVE the blower lift. Talk about a PIA if working in deep snow.

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    To me in the first picture, it looks like the end of the Case lift tube that crosses in front of the grill. Sounds like there are issues with the mag cap. I am thinking it does not run, and the strap is to keep the caster off the ground so he can move it around.

    It would be too funny though if that strap was the lift


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    I am at a loss for words .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gordy View Post
    The new leader in the ugly tractor contest Around here a running 4 cylinder Wisconsin would bring better than $500


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    Yeah, I'm trying to figure out why someone would do that.

    He obviously at one point needed a cab and an engine but he had an engine, and rather than trade it for repairs or a more appropriate swap, decided that this was a good idea.

    I wonder if the horse from that shoe, kicked him in the head?

    Is that a gable end vent for the grill?
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    Duntroon, ON - Case 455(?) - $500

    But it has a dual stage snow blower. I bet it kicks my real Case snow caster's butt any day.

    I'd put bigger front wheels though.

    It's cubic design you guys, appreciate it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by dave1mn2 View Post
    I wonder if the horse from that shoe, kicked him in the head?

    Is that a gable end vent for the grill?

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    2. I dont think it's a vent. Too thick, not angled down, and welds are visible.


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    Two stage are nice if you have the power for it AND the fan is big enough. Most walk behinds, and GT sized ones the fan and chute are too small and slush chokes up in it, but are cheaper to make and less power requirements per RPM than a bigger impeller. A single stage, properly set up, is more efficient at heaving large amounts of dryer snow than a 2 stage at the same hp.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dundee222 View Post
    Two stage are nice if you have the power for it AND the fan is big enough. Most walk behinds, and GT sized ones the fan and chute are too small and slush chokes up in it, but are cheaper to make and less power requirements per RPM than a bigger impeller. A single stage, properly set up, is more efficient at heaving large amounts of dryer snow than a 2 stage at the same hp.

    Because we just don't get that much, I don't have much experience with a snow blower but my Dad bought one once. Brand new, big self propelled, walk behind. Far as I know, it had all the bells n whistles. It was 2 stage and I can attest that it handled slush exactly as you described.

    Basically, an instant clog, every time I got into anything wet. Sometimes it would extrude it out but mostly just clog up. Not much fun.

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