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I see a decent looking snow blower #79263 and wondering if it will easily fit either my 1974 C-160 or my 2000 314-8?

Your input would be appreciated.

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Never mind.... I found my answer.... looks like it is not worth messing with....

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can whlvr

ya I would think where you live there will be lots of horizontal shaft throwers

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