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    Veteran Member JJZ 109's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by seacap04 View Post
    This is my snow removal equipment. That is my wife trying it out last winterAttachment 289946
    My wife really got to like the zero turn and does most of the mowing. Now if I can school her a little bit on the Bobcat ...........
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    Default Re: Pictures of your snow weapons

    Plowing vs blowing. We get so much snow up here in northwest lower Michigan that snow that gets plowed eventually builds up a ridge on the side of the road so large that a loader has to be brought in to remove it (our rural, unpaved road, which serves seven homes, is contract plowed). But we blow our 600 ft paved driveway and the 600 ft two-track to our storage "barn". No buildups on the side when you blow the snow.

    John
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    Last edited by weatherman; 11-23-2012 at 02:17 AM. Reason: attach photos

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    I was able to buy my used Gravely blower, which are not easy to find, because the guy who had it had evergreens on one side of his driveway and his house on the other. The blown snow had no where to go.
    My neighbors are so happy to see me out there with it, because I do everything but their lanes with it, including the snow plow humps, that they don't care where the snow goes, but I'm careful anyway. Luckily no
    gravel to pick up. Weatherman, please tell us that was last year's snow, not now...
    2012 Kubota L5740HSTC3 with FEL and Long grapple, 1986 Case IH 255, Land Pride PD10 PHD, Land Pride RCR60 & RCF2084 mowers, Land Pride 4' box blade and rear rake, Fred Cain subsoiler, County Line potato plow, County Line 1 bottom plow, 1986 Gravely 8199G with tow behind DR rototiller, 50" deck+40" Gravely wing mower, Gravely snowblower, Swisher 44 rough cut mower,Ariens snowblower, Echo 450-18 & 600-24, Echo PPT280, 2006 JD LX280, , 1968 Cub Cadet 125, Husky-Speeco 35 ton splitter

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    Pictures of your snow weapons-photo.jpg
    My setup for the winter.

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    Doesn't compare with some of these beasts, but here's mine, such as it is...
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    2004 JD X485SE w/cat1 3ph, JD Quick Hitch - 54c Deck, w/Mulch Kit
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    JD/Frontier 48" Box Blade (BB2048)
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    Default Re: Pictures of your snow weapons

    Quote Originally Posted by TractrNoob View Post
    Doesn't compare with some of these beasts, but here's mine, such as it is...
    Beast enough for me... !!! Remember, one man's beast is someone elses tinkertoy... Nice ride...!!!!

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    My two primary weapons, also have a 97 Explorer with Myers and a 26" BCS blower.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Buckgnarly
    My two primary weapons, also have a 97 Explorer with Myers and a 26" BCS blower.
    Wow! You either really like playing in snow or you really hate snow and hope to scare it from ever showing up!
    "The only thing necessary for the triumph [of evil] is for good men to do nothing." Edmund Burke*

    “If you continue in My word, then you are truly disciples of Mine;and you will know the truth, and the truth will make you free.” Ancient of Days

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    Default Re: Pictures of your snow weapons

    Quote Originally Posted by madmax12 View Post
    Wow! You either really like playing in snow or you really hate snow and hope to scare it from ever showing up!
    More of a lesson of failures.....
    1. We started with a Toro 824, thing sucked so I bought the BCS attachment off CL....thought I was happy....

    2. Neighbor had an old Ex for his vacation home, so he added a Myers. I plowed his stuff and mine for the use of the plow truck. Well I got greedy and started to plow other neighbors, which was WAY too much for the EX (Stupid auto trans blew and mixed with the coolant, that was fun in the dead of Winter) so.....

    3. Picked up the 89 F250 with 7.3IDI.....all was well until March 11 when we got SLAMMED and I broke the lousy TTB front axle on the F250. Fell behind on my other neighbors vacation house, swore that would not happen again so I threw in a Dana 60 Kingpin I had laying around into the 250...thing is a plowing BEAST now! But......

    4. Still worried about big snowfalls, so enter the Kioti DS3510 with 68" rear Meteor......I Think I am ready now....think.....


    I really do love the snow, but we get a LOT here and you gotta be prepared!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buckgnarly

    More of a lesson of failures.....
    1. We started with a Toro 824, thing sucked so I bought the BCS attachment off CL....thought I was happy....

    2. Neighbor had an old Ex for his vacation home, so he added a Myers. I plowed his stuff and mine for the use of the plow truck. Well I got greedy and started to plow other neighbors, which was WAY too much for the EX (Stupid auto trans blew and mixed with the coolant, that was fun in the dead of Winter) so.....

    3. Picked up the 89 F250 with 7.3IDI.....all was well until March 11 when we got SLAMMED and I broke the lousy TTB front axle on the F250. Fell behind on my other neighbors vacation house, swore that would not happen again so I threw in a Dana 60 Kingpin I had laying around into the 250...thing is a plowing BEAST now! But......

    4. Still worried about big snowfalls, so enter the Kioti DS3510 with 68" rear Meteor......I Think I am ready now....think.....

    I really do love the snow, but we get a LOT here and you gotta be prepared!
    I think it is great! Sounds like every piece of equipment has its place/function. Keep up the good work!
    "The only thing necessary for the triumph [of evil] is for good men to do nothing." Edmund Burke*

    “If you continue in My word, then you are truly disciples of Mine;and you will know the truth, and the truth will make you free.” Ancient of Days

    My soul finds rest in God alone; my salvation comes from him.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=37aM75LaEDk&list=PLGLwt3_lSbxxRtjMLHJDpqEK 9vcq9IfsJ

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