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@1:53 it goes nose heavy with the broom while turning rear wheels in the air.

@2:56 “ zero tolerance “

mag? Can’t afford a N or U,and a M?
What is this the wheel of fortune?
 

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@1:53 it goes nose heavy with the broom while turning rear wheels in the air.

@2:56 " zero tolerance "

mag? Can't afford a N or U,and a M?
What is this the wheel of fortune?
I think that brodcast spreader on the back is cool, the heater vent for the hands looks kind of gimmicky, all hydro connections would allow for other implements. It's too bad it doesn't have a liquid tank, interesting to see how it'll compare with pricing with the ventrac.
 

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@1:53 it goes nose heavy with the broom while turning rear wheels in the air.

@2:56 " zero tolerance "

mag? Can't afford a N or U,and a M?
What is this the wheel of fortune?
Hey Peabody what aboot using a back blade to push at :006 and the Cube at :11
 

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Damn, that is actually a game changer. Cup holder?!? SOLD!! Seriously though, finally the snowblower on the Snowerator. If I was gonna buy a stand on sidewalk machine, this is it. Snowblower, broom, and all the spreaders.
 

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****, missed the "release".

Very interesting concepts.

One downfall of the SSV is salting large areas, the broadcast spreader could remove that.

Hand heaters are a good thing.

Little wider than an SSV, bigger engine. I don't need something shutting off for me or my employees, they are smarter than the machine.

Like to see the detailed specs.
 
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Liquids are nice, but I could live without them. Even being wider wouldn't be all bad on some routes. Although 48" is kind of a weird width, 5' walk isn't going to be cleared in one pass, at that point a 36" makes just as much sense.

Definitely has possibilities.
 

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Yes has possibilities.

Vee blade good, hand heat good

I do not want something that shuts off automatically (like Mark said) That goes against everything I have ever told my staff. Anything that runs only gets shut down after its not needed anymore. I've learned that from experience.

Price will be interesting to see what that comes in at.
 

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What's ssv top speed?
Supposedly 8 MPH.

But I watched a TubeEwe vid with a bunch of skidsteers lined up for a drag race and the Bobcat which has the top advertised speed was not the fastest moochine.

So on that note, never put a GPS on it while I was running it.
 

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Yes has possibilities.

Vee blade good, hand heat good

I do not want something that shuts off automatically (like Mark said) That goes against everything I have ever told my staff. Anything that runs only gets shut down after its not needed anymore. I've learned that from experience.

Price will be interesting to see what that comes in at.
You sound superstitious...and wise.
 
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