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    Senior Member Gordy's Avatar
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    What you guy's said And the single stage is a lot more tolerant when swallowing small rock's and whatnot It does not take much to mess up a two stage

    Two weeks ago we got 6 " of snow. My neighbour called his two year old two stage Cub blower was locked up. Luckily no damage. But found a rock 3/4 x 1/2 x 3/8 wedged between the back of the impeller and housing. He buy's shear pins by the dozen


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    I got to say it was probably thrown together with what the guy had laying around. The 4V Wisconsin is a very powerful engine and way to much power for that tractor. It would be nice to get a look under the hood to see how it was connected.

    Two stage and single stage IMHO both need rubber on the impellers for throw that wet heavy slush. I've converted both my snowcaster and my two stage walk behind. They both throw the wet stuff and don't clog.

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