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 10-13-2004, 14:33 Post: 98287
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Does anyone have any experience / feedback about JRW brand snowblowers?
They are made in Western Ontario CANADA near London.
Their specs seem good, was wondering about grease fittings & shear bolt replacement.
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 10-14-2004, 06:01 Post: 98326
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I compared them(JRW)against the Provonost Puma last year. I went with the provonost for the greasable shafts and overall
workmanship. I think they were about the same money.
The Woods was the only one I found with a replacable cutting edge, but for an extra 1000.00 +. I paid 1400.00
for a 54" 3pth. Has been trouble free.






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 10-14-2004, 16:15 Post: 98386
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Grinder, we have universal cutting edges in various sizes and I've welded several at this point on three point blowers to asist them in scraping off blacktop and concrete driveways. It does make a good difference on the job they do on scraping hard pack especially with the top link extended a bit.






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Thanks Art, I do have a factory cutting edge, I was commenting on the fact that most are welded as mine and
the JRW I looked at. I understand the Woods is adjustable?
But was considerable more money. Are you saying you weld one on the factory cutting edge?
I set my shoes so I have about a 1/8" gap under the edge,
would rather buy shoes than cut out the edge. The sun takes care of the rest in short order.






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