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Snow crew is ready, w/ new belts

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The Crew - Thanks Biggie for the engine:D


6218 saved for grader/rototiller duty


full stable


sleeping Sunrunner


job well donesm01

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joshuaareed
Very nice crew you have got there. They look very clean and well taken care of, nice job. It is always nice to see well taken care of equipment.

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sunrunner
:DThat's where the emergency back-up (craft...)9hp walk behind comes into play:D waiting for a set of V-bar chains for the 6216 w/plow and I use the weight box attachment with two sixty pound sand tubes for traction:D

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sunrunner


V-bar chains installed on 6216/plow


Winter shields installed - Don't know how good they work, use'em if you got'em


6216/snowthrower - same set-up: V's and winter shields


Shields have neat clips that just fit into the vents:D:D


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sunrunner
Now I am coveredsm01sm01




Tried it out yesterday with the wind blowing 40 - 50 mph - Comfortable:D Have 1 inch clearance from top of door frame in shed;)

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mooseman3210
very very nice ... good luck with it i know you'll take great care of it ... and if you could please take a pic of the inside .... thanks ..

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Karl_Brandt
Nice looking tractors you have there. All you need now is a snow storm.sm00;) My snow crew of 5 tractors and walking snowblower are waiting for snow too.:O:( Karl

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ehertzfeld
Ok, with your screen name what it is, I expected to seen one. Nice fleet! Oh, I'm in Brooklyn, right off of route 6, so if you need something, let me know.

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sunrunner
Thanks very much - I am on this site(and E-bay) every night after dinner...It is GREAT and very helpful - I will get a pic of the inside of the top on the next sunny day - I live on the Canton/Collinsville line and work in Farmington at the CTWaterfowlTrust - Here's the Sunrunner




Here's my work...


















Raise and breed Waterfowl from around the world - Private place but open to the public for small tours(Pics are from last June)

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sunrunner
Heavy Slush....


One pass up - LOVING IT...


Pushed a little too fast and hard - blew the blower belt - on the way back


On to #2


Broken belt in front of blower(found out it was an after-marketXX(XX()


Inside shot right


hand driven wiper


Inside shot left


Will be up when SIMPLICITY belt arrives

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FastPaul
I didn't get any pics of the 3+" of wet slush here in Ma. But I'll tell you The b-112 With the 16 HP' was throwing that stuff like mad . I was very impressed ,Did my drive and the neighbors too .. And I've had an after market belt on all winter .I did have a problem earlier this winter but I found the pulleys weren't lined up just right ,After fixing that I've had no problem since .I'm running a gator-back belt

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sunrunner
Ya, I shouldn't complain too much - It's been used for several years with no trouble^- Did not get to the drive till 330 this afternoon - but wanted to clean up before it froze tonight

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ehertzfeld
We got an 1nch and a half of snow, then about a half an inch of ice before it changed to all rain. The temp got up to 50 with heavy down pours, so I let the rain get rid of my snow. It's all gone now, but I do have a lot of "ponds" all over my yard!:D

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