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|Henry Jalbert||I have a single stage snowblower. Doesn't quite throw the snow far enought. Is there a 2 stage available that will fit. OR has anyone ever tried changing the sprocket ratio to speed up the single stage up? 16hp seems like one could do this.
|bontai Joe||Have you tried removing all the rust in the discharge chute, painting it with a gloss enamal and then waxing it? The condition of the inside of the chute makes quite a difference in performance.
|Greg||also seen a guy making kits to increase output,could easily be done yourself...take piece of flat belting and bolt to impellers so clearance is just enough not to rub and you will never belive the difference but if you put away with wet snow in it will freeze up thats why manufacturer has to have such a wide gap there
|Henry||2 good Ideas. sorry I have been away.
I will try both.