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perry

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perry
started out at 6am. got about 5 hours on that landlord seat:). really ran the poor girl ragged{and me too}. only promblems i had was the throttle control froze up a couple of times. my buddy stopped by for the last hour so i set him up on one of the wheel horse's. i am about 90% done. finish the rest up tomarrow. im pretty well beatB)|). [IMG]http://i97.photobucket.com/albums/l226/perry71/MYDC0040.jpg[/IMG] [IMG]http://i97.photobucket.com/albums/l226/perry71/MYDC0046.jpg[/IMG] [IMG]http://i97.photobucket.com/albums/l226/perry71/MYDC0057.jpg[/IMG] [IMG]http://i97.photobucket.com/albums/l226/perry71/MYDC0058.jpg[/IMG] this pic is at the front house looking up the drive towards the road. has another part up top that go's to the right i havent gotten to yet. [IMG]http://i97.photobucket.com/albums/l226/perry71/MYDC0048.jpg[/IMG] this is looking back at the back house. you can just see the garage roof. lots of work...uh...i mean playtime clearing this drive. [IMG]http://i97.photobucket.com/albums/l226/perry71/MYDC0049.jpg[/IMG]

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quote:
Originally posted by dcw06
Man,thats a lot of driveway to be plowing!!
people call me crazy and wonder why i dont have something larger to plow with. i have broken many of cheap tractors in the driveway. but i have a pretty good heavy duty fleet of old garden tractors now. i just enjoy working these things to death. good thing is they just keep'on'a workin:D

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Originally posted by MPH
5 hours, man, I was beat after 3 hours of finding my place today. Looks like you could use a blower to speed things up a bit.
there was hotcakes,sausage, and a couple of smoke breaks inbetween that 5hrs:D i never cared for a blower in this driveway. tryed it for one season. lots of rough terrain, rocks, boulders, and such. i just have the love of the'ol snowblade. takes a beaten and keeps on scrapin:)

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Robert Kehoe
Perry, How do the chaines on the front work. Looks like a great idea. I am up by flint so I know how hard you worked. Before my day was done, I had to change a belt and later a pulley.

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mooseman3210
I'll say it again if the guys who designed and built these things could see how well they do after 30,40,50 years they be real proud . I know that I'm proud to be the owner of a couple of these old things ..

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Originally posted by Robert Kehoe
Perry, How do the chaines on the front work. Looks like a great idea. I am up by flint so I know how hard you worked. Before my day was done, I had to change a belt and later a pulley.
the chains work awsome. last year with out the chains the frontend would slide all over the place. i had 2 sets of chains from walk behind blowers and combined them to fit on the landlord. i fitted a pair on one of my wheel horse's also.

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