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    David maybe you can rig up some sort of trailer with seats to you liking and give your kids a safe ride.

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    I spent 13 hours in my Expedition, traveled 775 miles from my home to Nashville, TN on Monday to move my son home from college. Got him moved out Tuesday, then spent another 13 hours traveling home Wednesday. It was over 80 degrees the entire trip from Nashville up into Iowa, topping out at 86 in St. Louis. In the span of about 45 miles, we hit the cold front and it dropped by almost 30 degrees. It was in mid 30's when we got home last night. Today, I've gotten about 5 1/2 hours of seat time in scooping the 12 inches of snow we got over night. It has not stopped snowing all day, but it is melting from below now, so it is still a foot. I've done my driveway and 3 others. This stuff is so heavy the snow blowers I've seen out barely throw it 2 feet. The snow plow could barely move the piles I gathered with my little BX.
    My wife had dinner on the deck on Monday using the near table.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RaydaKub View Post
    I spent 13 hours in my Expedition, traveled 775 miles from my home to Nashville, TN on Monday to move my son home from college. Got him moved out Tuesday, then spent another 13 hours traveling home Wednesday. It was over 80 degrees the entire trip from Nashville up into Iowa, topping out at 86 in St. Louis. In the span of about 45 miles, we hit the cold front and it dropped by almost 30 degrees. It was in mid 30's when we got home last night. Today, I've gotten about 5 1/2 hours of seat time in scooping the 12 inches of snow we got over night. It has not stopped snowing all day, but it is melting from below now, so it is still a foot. I've done my driveway and 3 others. This stuff is so heavy the snow blowers I've seen out barely throw it 2 feet. The snow plow could barely move the piles I gathered with my little BX.
    My wife had dinner on the deck on Monday using the near table.
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    That's crazy! At least you have your kubota to help clean that mess up!!!

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    RaydaKub, what does that do to your fruit trees and berry bushes. Can they stand that much heavy snow now ? In any case it does not sound like fun seat time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gordon Gould View Post
    RaydaKub, what does that do to your fruit trees and berry bushes. Can they stand that much heavy snow now ? In any case it does not sound like fun seat time.
    The grass had just started to turn green last week. There are a few flowers poking up a couple inches, but no blooms yet. I haven't gone down to look at my apple trees, but there are no leaves on any other trees yet, so I don't think this is going to hurt anything that way, other than breaking branches off of course, and there is certainly some of that going on around here.

    Looks like another 2" over night, but it has still been melting underneath, so it still hasn't gone over a foot. And it is still snowing lightly. I think my driveway is still clear though because it all melted off. I was pretty wet by the time I got done. Still was fun. Isn't seat time always fun? OK, maybe I could have used a little less fun, but....

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    Quote Originally Posted by 3v0 View Post
    Sorry for your bad day. Agreed on the wood. Do you see the problems as faults with the engineering?
    OH YEAH - even TYM saw it as an engineering issue as they have redesigned the drive shaft (twice I believe).

    Some where around the 200 hr mark, the original shaft is at risk of failing and if it does what mine did, you could be looking at replacing some very expensive parts. I have a couple of threads about it so by all means, check it out there so we don't bog down this thread with non-seat time posts.

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    Got to spent a few hours bush hogging the back yard today. Cleared back about 20 feet from the grass line . Came out good I think.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GBOUTDOORS View Post
    Got to spent a few hours bush hogging the back yard today. Cleared back about 20 feet from the grass line . Came out good I think.
    Looks good.

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    Well after so much work ahead i been getting seat time in my new toy. I have agree that Deere makes one darn fine cab. It is absolutely so nice
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    The rain held off and I was able to bushhog about 20 acres on Saturday. Mom and Pop came out to help, but we weren't the only ones in the field that day

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