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    Default Plowing some powder with the 1026R

    8-10" of new snow. Tractor is working as a John deere should!
    http://www.youtube.com/embed/0ik8uP8lwac
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    Default Re: Plowing some powder with the 1026R

    Looks good! What kind of Camera did you use? and do you worry about it getting wet from the falling snow.?

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    Default Re: Plowing some powder with the 1026R

    Nothing fancy, just a canon point & shoot. I'd like an excuse to buy a Gopro, but just can't rationalize it.
    As far as keeping the camera dry? I wasn't out long enough to be too concerned.

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    Default Re: Plowing some powder with the 1026R

    Ok, thanks.

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    Default Re: Plowing some powder with the 1026R

    Cool! Your place looks really nice. I'm trying to figure out how to justify a GoPro too. I can use it as a business expense but still not in the budget yet.

    So how cold was it? Were you chained up in the back? What kind of weight in the back?

    Also, your jacket is the wrong shade of green. Please try to rectify that for your next video.

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    Default Re: Plowing some powder with the 1026R

    We've had a warm up recently, it was in the upper 20's. Chains, and about 500-600lbs of ballast in back & about 150lbs in the front.
    Next project: affix my new JD bottle opener and cap collePlowing some powder with the 1026R-p1030992b.jpgctor to my ROPS!
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    Default Re: Plowing some powder with the 1026R

    Quote Originally Posted by rockshaft View Post
    We've had a warm up recently, it was in the upper 20's. Chains, and about 500-600lbs of ballast in back & about 150lbs in the front.
    Next project: affix my new JD bottle opener and cap collector to my ROPS!
    Thanks!

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    Default Re: Plowing some powder with the 1026R

    Nice video, thanks for sharing.
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    Default Re: Plowing some powder with the 1026R

    Really neat! And you did all this in high range? You have a real nice set-up. Love the sail boat by the way!
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    Default Re: Plowing some powder with the 1026R

    Actually for the first half i was nursing it in low range- to allow it to warm up, then went into high range.

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