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    just got power back on tonight.......been out since friday noon time.......we got hammered by the blizzard on friday.......60 mph wind snapped utility poles like toothpicks.......trees down all over the place.....two towns over from me got 23" of snow according to national weather service.......don't really know what we got as wind blew it all over the place......let's just say lots......by sat morning 120000 people in our county without power....there's only 160000 people that live in the county to start with.......cab worked great.....kept me warm and dry....in fact I had to start taking clothes off it got so warm inside.....no problem with view through vinyl windows......yeah not windshield crisp but more then adequate for plowing........another storm set to dump another 14-16" on us wed.......I really hate when that **** groundhog is right......lol........Jack

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    Default Re: Soft Cab Too

    Man, that's a good test of that cab! Stay warm and dry and good luck with the weather.

    Be sure and grease and lube with all the moisture going on.
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    Default Re: Soft Cab Too

    good idea....thanks......Jack

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    Default Re: Soft Cab Too

    this is the primary reason I wanted the cab.....no more getting whacked in the face with snow branches.............Jack

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    Default Re: Soft Cab Too

    thats interesting I had attached a video to that post and it showed up when posted but now its gone......anyway here is the link for it......it's only 8 seconds long but tells the story......lol....

    YouTube

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    ok....trying this one more time......looks like you have to make the videos public on youtube for them to work so I switched the settings......the video shows the primary reason I wanted the cab.....no more getting whacked in the face with snow branches.........Jack

    IMG 5730 - YouTube

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    Quote Originally Posted by jfh28 View Post
    this is the primary reason I wanted the cab.....no more getting whacked in the face with snow branches.............Jack
    Oh yeah! We have some overhanging pines that'll give me a nice lapfull of snow when they whack the canopy.
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    Looks like it worked out great and you put it on just in time ... We had 60 mile an hour winds here too but no snow although trees were down everywhere.. A large limb just missed the house by 3 foot. It would have done a number on the roof ....

    I have a generator but luckily our power stayed on through it all. Now it's warming up today I rolled up the cab and put it away until next year. So now it's going to snow 5 feet.. .. Liked the video ...
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    ah....so you're the one responsible for this storm coming tomorrow..........rule of thumb around here is plow and chains on by halloween and don't take them off until income tax day.......Jack

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    Quote Originally Posted by jfh28 View Post
    ah....so you're the one responsible for this storm coming tomorrow..........rule of thumb around here is plow and chains on by halloween and don't take them off until income tax day.......Jack
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