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Well how many snowblowers do you need?

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dirtmister16
WELL, between the B 10 having the blower for it, the walk behind JD, walk behind allis and simp. so three walk behinds and a tractor. is that enough? we will find out. wish could post pictures for you guys, but i need to buy another programm to shrink them enough as what is currently on this computer is not capable of getting it done.

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Karl_Brandt
I have 4 tractors ready for snow. Allis Chalmers 710 with 36 inch snowblower Allis Chalmers 917 with cab and 42 inch snowblower Simplicity 3416H with 46 inch snowblade Massey Ferguson 1450 with 48 inch snowblade Karl

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dirtmister16
i tried to set the camera once, i coudn't get it to work the way i wanted. kinda really bites cuz for this site and one other i have to resize to put pictures on. i prefer not to use photobucket cuz after awhile they go bye bye. ill have to look into getting that software here soon i guess.

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Nuzzy
If you have Windows, this is about as simple as they come: [url]http://download.cnet.com/Image-Resizer-Powertoy-for-Windows-XP/3000-18487_4-10905400.html[/url] If you don't have Windows XP, just search for "image resizer powertoy" and whatever windows you have. If you have Mac or Linux, well, I can't help ya. Also, if you don't like Photobucket but still want to upload pics online, try IMGUR. It's clean, simple, and no one looking over your shoulder telling you what you can and can't post.

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SethL007
i have Allis Chalmers HB-212 with 42" blower Allis Chalmers B-212 with snowblade Wheel Horse D200 with snowblower and full cab Yanmar YM-135 with 2 stage blower while the AC's are by far the favorites the 2 stage snowblower on the yanmar obviously blows the best and the Wheel Horse blower is by FAR the worst BUT it has a full hard cab so it gets used the most!

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dave7016
Sovereign 7117 with 42" single cab and a lotta lights. And I'm the only person I'd bet on this forum with a 2 stage walkbehind Yamaha Snowblower with tracks!!!!! Can't wait to use it, new to me this year. I flip snowblowers and I ran into this one this last August. Other than that I normally stock a few but they are constantly changing!!!!

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dave7016
I assume the Yamaha. I'll try this week. You can buy one new in Canada for $3000!!!!! Mine is model ys624t. People claim they throw snow something like 40-50', we'll see. I can't wait to use a machine with tracks.

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timflury
I have two. http://simpletractors.com/club2/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=119547 My small one is a 21" MTD. The only care I give it is draining the fuel in the spring. What,,, did you think the green one was mine??:D:D

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