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Snow blower under $200? That will hold up in here the frozen north?!?!

lovinit 648 406 February 1, 2016 at 09:04 AM
Any input is appreciated~

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Nope! Under $200 means single stage and probably electric. Useless for anything but powdery snowfalls under 6". You would need to spend at least $500 and preferably $700+. Figure it out on an annual cost and I think the price will be easily justified. Whatever you get will last 10-15 years or more easily even with minimal maintenance.

If you need a snowblower at all, get one that counts!

This is a perfect one for most people:

http://www.snowblowersdirect.com/...11235.html
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Nope! Under $200 means single stage and probably electric. Useless for anything but powdery snowfalls under 6". You would need to spend at least $500 and preferably $700+. Figure it out on an annual cost and I think the price will be easily justified. Whatever you get will last 10-15 years or more easily even with minimal maintenance.

If you need a snowblower at all, get one that counts!

This is a perfect one for most people:

http://www.snowblowersdirect.com/...11235.html
I was afraid of that!!! Thanks for the honest reply and reps! Smilie
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