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merry ho-ho everybody! we are getting a pile here in Carlisle,Pa.I put the blower on the ingersoll last night-had to "reverse" the belt to make it turn the right way,don't like the way it looks,but it works.CJ [img]http://www.simpletractors.com/club2/attach/dogman/snoblow.JPG[/img]

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As of 4:00 PM, I have about 3" or so. It started light and fluffy this AM, then changed to heavy, grainy stuff. So, I took off the dozer blade, mounted the snowblower and just came in from the first pass of cleaning it. I wanted to see if it would handle the heavy stuff before it got dark and piled up too deep. Though it was so heavy that it pushed in front of the snowblower at times, I had no clogs -- which was my concern. Ran the engine wide open and used 2nd gear in low range to feed it plenty of snow (most of the time.) It's really coming down now, with about 30MPH winds from the NE, and visibility is very poor -- glad I'm not out on the roads.

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gettin hammerd now guys bout 2 in/hr of the heavy stuff with a lil lightening thrown in streets and highyways are a mess. Think i will digh out the snow-suit and give it 1 pass before bed.

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