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Paul Raymond

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Well I played with the cub today.The 44a is on hold as it looks like I'll be fabricating some parts,but on the bright side,I made a lift rod and got the snow thrower mounted and ready to go.
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I also ordered a new lever grip and float button from CCS,should complete that project.It fits snuggly in my purpose built shed,I was thinking 8X8 would not be enough when I was building.......just makes it :)
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Paul Raymond

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I repainted the chute and guard cover and will finish cleanup and repaint the rest after the white stuff is gone again. LOL
 

PACub100

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I'm getting ready to do the same south of you... I am thinking of putting the deck on my 100 and using it for whatever grass mowing needs done, meanwhile put the speed-up pulley on the snow-thrower and get it mounted to the 1450. I'm also thinking of building some sort of windbreak with screen to help keep my dry. I remember wearing about 1/4 of the snow that thing slung this past winter...
 

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Your 106 looks nice.How do the wheels vs skids work on the thrower. I need to rebuild my skids this year but the wheel idea is interesting.
 

Paul Raymond

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I just got it this past spring,so have not really used it yet.I do have a gravel drive and after mounting it,took it for a spin up and down the drive.....I did hear some gravel rolling under it,but did not dig any up at all.Other than the fact they are not adjustable,(yet)I thought it was a good idea.....and they are metal wheels,not plastic.
 

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