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GregB

Got my oldest and newest tractors to work together yesterday.  Been working the pile down little by little.

 

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First order of business is always finding the right height piece for the operator position, and cushion.

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Would not try this with some woods, but this maple split pretty good.

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More work, have about a cord and a half under cover already, probably another cord to go.  Not counting the stuff still at the neighbors , and what needs to come down in the spring.

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Talntedmrgreen

Seems you have it all figured out!  This is usually my favorite time of year, becuase I get lots os snow-seat time.  However, today we stand tied with 1906 as the lowest snowfall year on record (to date).  We are 3 feet below average, and I have only fired up the legacy once to clear the driveway.  I made it roughly 60 feet and the chain tensioner on my Sweepster let loose.  I wrapped up with the Twin 20 and broom.  That was nearly 3 weeks ago and I'm still waiting on the part...still waiting on snow too.  Interestingly, it has been white here since Christmas, so a lack of cold is not to blame.   1-2" of crusty snow sits on the lawn, but there is just not enough to play with. Saving diesel fuel though...

 

 

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tadams

Please keep it up there, I have had my snow blower out twice this year and I usually only have had to use it once a year for the past few years and that's just fine with me.

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