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    Default Moving a little snow 55a

    Lots of snow this winter. Will need to upgrade to a snowblower at this rate. Very happy with the traction of this tractor. Changing directions easy with the shuttle. With the R4 tires on a CT445 Bobcat, that tractor just spins out.



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    Default Re: Moving a little snow 55a

    Looks like your having fun. These are great little tractors.


    God must love stupid people; He made so many

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    Default Re: Moving a little snow 55a

    Onceacop:
    Are those regular R-1 or Wide Ags?

    Dave

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    Default Re: Moving a little snow 55a

    dave,
    They are standard R1's I believe. Whatever came on them....

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