I had that Ryobi as my 1st impact. Works for most stuff, but not enough power if you live in the rust belt like I do.
If it's because you have the batteries, wait for the gen 2 brushless Ryobi just announced. Supposed to be a prosumer tool...
I did it on my MTD branded 24" Remington. Used a plastic plumbing coupler and cut it to size for the impeller.
Picks up the slushy stuff and throws it vs it falling out of the chute. It'll throw the dry stuff pretty far too.
Oddly enough I saw my size (24F too) when I didn't need a battery. Wanted to try it.
Truck struggled to crank over this weekend so I went in looking for it again but the shelf slot was empty. Ended getting the Maxx lead acid. "Rollback" for $88.
New to me Toro 726 Snowblower.
Out: unknown fresh oil. About 30 min use with it.
In: RGT 5w30
I have a problem with putting in my own fluids with used equipment. Peace of mind. Used the foil form a funnel to keep it clean.
It's an added feature on the Supers, not the regular recyclers. Metal gears on both the axle and wheel. I just use what ever is in the grease gun. Don't need to be excessive. Relube as I sharpen the blade.