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I finally got the snow pix uploaded from our last storm. The weather people called for 4 inches and it turned out to be 9. Just like our last 2 storms turned out to be double called for. My body shop 20 miles away got 2 inches in all of said, even when I got a full foot. Since the township didn't come and clear the road til the afternoon and I live on a hill, it was a day to stay home and play with the machinery. Fortunately the 3 belt decided to work like a charm.




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Nice pics Josh. I didn't get to play in the snow much this year, as my old '67 LL engine gave out finally after 30 years. I'm planning on rebuilding the 12hp this summer, though. My snowthrower is a single belt 36".
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That picture could make a '60 error Christmas card with the trees and house in the background and the big flakes still falling..nice.
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It was coold that morning! The big flakes falling were actually a break in the white-out.:O I usually like to throw away from the car, but the wind was blowing toward it and I could still barely see even blowing with the wind. It's not the nicest on the paycheck to get a snowday, but it's nice for the R&R factor. I tried the whole door to door thing, but the neighbors are cheap or equipped. I usually do the elderly neighbor's place and the other neighbor's curb(4 cars). Keeps relations good when I'm tuning engines. :D Not to mention it makes it a bit more fun when you can cover ground.
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8x12 on the back in winter, 10x12 in summer. 4.8x 8 in the front, stock as far as I know. I like the sharper front tread even though most of what I do is turf. A lot more grip than slide.
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