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How good is a chain-driven snow blower?

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As opposed to this, they're pretty good

woman shoveling snow

Chain drive is often a sign of a strong, quality snow-blower.  However, other factors, like engine size and single or dual stage can determine whether it will meet your needs.  Here's a link to the buyer's guide I used to buy mine last year. Click here


I'd agree with you, but then we'd both be wrong.

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