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  1. #11
    Platinum Member tmarks11's Avatar
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    Default Re: Engine Flooded with Fuel

    Quote Originally Posted by Clumber View Post
    We used it all day prepping for the heavy snowfall expected tonight. .
    Snowquestration is coming!

    I need to do that when I get home. Glad you mentioned it, I would have forgotten about chains. I will drive my PT422 around, and run my generator for about 15 min.
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    2005 PT-422
    4n1 bucket, minihoe, auger, 48" mower, land pride aerator, tow adaptor, forklift, crane, Herd GT77 spreader, LMB, 60" blade, M1 abrams turret.
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    Epic Contributor MossRoad's Avatar
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    Default Re: Engine Flooded with Fuel

    Snow update from northern Indiana...
    It ain't doing diddly!
    Light snow. Still see the grass. Melting as it hits the streets. Supposed to be gone tomorrow. Typical winter day for once.
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  3. #13
    Gold Member Clumber's Avatar
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    Default Re: Engine Flooded with Fuel

    Quote Originally Posted by Tim_in_CT View Post
    Snowquestration is coming!
    LOL! The potential for heavy snow here sorta took my mind off the other gathering storm in Washington and its possible impact on my job...
    I married me a hippy, ran away with a stringy haired blond,
    Now we're both old and happy, fishing on our own Golden Pond. -- Merle Haggard


    PT 425 (Dec 2010), Blade, Snow Blower, Sweeper, Spreader, LMB, 4n1, Small Bucket/Teeth, Utility Grapple, Brush Cutter, Box Blade, Mini Hoe/Thumb, Forks, Power Dumper

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    Epic Contributor MossRoad's Avatar
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    Default Re: Engine Flooded with Fuel

    Snow's over here. Maybe 5" of fluffy stuff on top of an inch of icy stuff. Nothin' to write home about. Hope everyone else gets it light, too.
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    Platinum Member tmarks11's Avatar
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    Default Re: Engine Flooded with Fuel

    Patrick (Clumber)- How much snow are you getting? Forecast here in DC is for 8", but I doubt it. Too warm. Got about 1-2" so far though.

    My PT422 is ready, though. Pretty happy that it fired up without a hitch yesterday. Haven't run it in over 2 months, nor charged the battery. I bought a new battery last spring, and I think it made all the difference in the world.
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    Now in Port Orchard, WA
    2005 PT-422
    4n1 bucket, minihoe, auger, 48" mower, land pride aerator, tow adaptor, forklift, crane, Herd GT77 spreader, LMB, 60" blade, M1 abrams turret.
    PT422 (6/23/05) photo page

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    Elite Member woodlandfarms's Avatar
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    Default Re: Engine Flooded with Fuel

    They are talking light rain in Los angeles and 60 degrees. Town is in a panic, buttoning down for the worst. You gotta love the west coast.
    Power-Trac 1850, grapple, hoe, 90" mower, 72" box blade

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    Gold Member Clumber's Avatar
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    Hi Tim, We got 12 inches overnight. Light snow since 7 AM, hardly any more accumulation since. Ran the PT with snow blower for 2.5 hours this morning. Works great, no problems so far. Easy start this morning. About to start on the driveway/road. The power flickered a few times, but no outage. I think Front Royal and a few neighbors around here have no power. The trees here were heavily laden early but as the wind picked-up they are okay now.
    I married me a hippy, ran away with a stringy haired blond,
    Now we're both old and happy, fishing on our own Golden Pond. -- Merle Haggard


    PT 425 (Dec 2010), Blade, Snow Blower, Sweeper, Spreader, LMB, 4n1, Small Bucket/Teeth, Utility Grapple, Brush Cutter, Box Blade, Mini Hoe/Thumb, Forks, Power Dumper

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    Platinum Member tmarks11's Avatar
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    Default Re: Engine Flooded with Fuel

    wow, impressive. We have 2" of slush, but still snowing. Not enough to plow.

    Guess the DC hot air bubble protected us again. 20 miles away got 10". Inside the beltway: 0.5".
    Last edited by tmarks11; 03-06-2013 at 06:41 PM.
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    Now in Port Orchard, WA
    2005 PT-422
    4n1 bucket, minihoe, auger, 48" mower, land pride aerator, tow adaptor, forklift, crane, Herd GT77 spreader, LMB, 60" blade, M1 abrams turret.
    PT422 (6/23/05) photo page

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    Default Re: Engine Flooded with Fuel

    Quote Originally Posted by woodlandfarms View Post
    They are talking light rain in Los angeles and 60 degrees. Town is in a panic, buttoning down for the worst. You gotta love the west coast.
    lol, like rain in vegas

  10. #20
    Elite Member woodlandfarms's Avatar
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    Default Re: Engine Flooded with Fuel

    Rain in Vegas us nothing to mess with. Friggin monsoons will surprise you and wash you and you car down Las Vegas blvd.
    Power-Trac 1850, grapple, hoe, 90" mower, 72" box blade

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