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larry8200
quote:
Originally posted by perry
dang, i dont even have a blade on a tractor yet. and they call michigan the winter wonderland sm00 no snow here yet, just some flurrys.
I think the winters in Northern New England are comparable to upper Mid West, Michigan, Minnasota etc. -20 and feet of snow are normal here I usually setup winter equipment at Thanksgiving but over a foot of snow in October changed that. :(

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mowerman1193
I never took my snowblower off from last year, lol. I did mount the snowblower on my Wheel Horse the other night though, but I do need to put the chains on yet.. Either way, you can keep the snow..at least until after Black Friday, LOL.

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larry8200
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Originally posted by BLT
With all do respect, keep it!!!^
LOL, it would be expensive shipping it to Wisconson, but I'm sure you will get plenty of your own which you'll have to keep yourself!

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Karl_Brandt
No snow in Southern Ontario yet. Only a few mores leaves to pickup and then run the leave pickup crew out gas. I have four tractors ready for snow....2 with snowblowers & 2 with snowblades.:D^ Karl

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