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Got called back to work this morning so I had to skip trouble shooting lift power problems and try to finish my project inspite it being the second day of rain wanting to be snow. Loader operator guessed the pile to be 25 to 30 yards when he left it. Spread it about inches deep at the most, down to grass still showing. Sure was fun..MPH Started with this..

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According to my tinytac I put 7 hours on the power max and I'd guess I played with the graer blade on the 725 for about an hour. Also spent 3 hours on the B112 with rake on a different part of the whole project. sure was fun, sure hate to go back to work in the morning..MPH

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