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ngale65

HB212 finally got to play in the snow

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larry8200
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Originally posted by ngale65
....but i still had fun playing with the tractor. ...
Thats what counts! Been out playing on my BIG TEN and barely 2" new snow. Still fun. :D

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Talntedmrgreen
Great lookin machine Nathan! I love pushin....doesnt take much snowfall to justify it either! =] I pushed about 4" here this mornin with the B-110 and the 3212H. Love every minute of it....

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Talntedmrgreen
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I plowed my driveway and the neighbors my first storm.
I love your shot there, with the big ol dozer and the long drive fading in the distance! ;)

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