To my mind there are 3 types of snow tossing machines:
1. Humm Beans -- dat would be you, me and everyone else
2. Snow Throwers : Single Stage Augers only no Impellers
3. Snow Blowers: Dual Stage with both Augers and Impellers
Snow Throwers take a lot of power to move a little snow a short distance.
Snow Blowers take a little bit of power to move a lot of snow a heck of a long way.
The Blower that Rick used for George's Cub, well that is a mean machine and will toss snow a fair distance. It is a 2 stage. The IH 50 Snow Thrower or IH 3150 is a Snow Thrower. I have the Parts Manual for it. It won't toss snow as far as the Dual Stage varieties. Will it toss it, probably.. and knowing Rick, it will move it some. But again IH 50's are few and far between and almost as expensive as an MTD style 2 stage at 52 inches.
This is my thoughts...
1. Grab two 26" or better 2 stage snow blower cages from the transmission housing forward -- only Cages and gearing are needed. Motive parts are NOT.
2. Weld frame to mount on Cub.
3. Mount 2 cages side by side so that the outside edge of each cage - 1 LH and 1 RH edge are set to measure 52" in between.
4. Fabricate a wedge shield to fill gap between 2 cages.
5. Fabricate pulley setup to run both cages in tandem from 1 10-15 HP B&S engine.
6. Fabricate Chute Rotator arm to control both chutes -- either eject to same side or eject opposing sides - you choose.
8. Start up blow lots of snow, have tons of fun.
That is what I am going to try to do. I have located 2 - 2 stage cages and as soon as we can get them dug out from the humongeous amount of snow we have here, I may get on that project.