How do Snow Blowers Work?


Snow blowers work by using little spinners on the front of them to suck in the snow. The machine then blows it out the tub in the direction it is pointing.
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When there is alot of snow on the ground such as in the north, you will more than likely need one just to walk out of your house. To start one of these is like starting a lawn movwer. Just pull the cord and it goes and you push it where ever you want to clear snow. They work wonders.
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