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  1. #1461
    Silver Member wolfpack2's Avatar
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    Default Re: Pictures of your snow weapons

    2000 lbs. of total front tire capacity allows you to carry the close to the max loader load and the tractor. The problem I have is the total of the tires is only 2640 which is only enough to carry the load on the loader, not both the tractor/loader and the load. The front axle on the 4520 is rated at 3527 lbs., but the tires they supply reduce my capacity by 887 lbs. If I go with the 10ply turfs, that would at least cover the axle capacity with 873 lbs. in reserve. As it stands now, I am near the tire limit with just the tractor and loader before I lift anything with the bucket or forks. Even the front blade setup I have puts me at the limits.

    I finally got around to taking a picture of it in the winter setup.

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    All this talk about playing in snow, heck if I never saw snow again it would be to soon, 80" Farm King 3 pth blower and loader. Just about finished on my cab to keep my *** from freezing .Pictures of your snow weapons-20100228-201535-jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by triangel View Post
    All this talk about playing in snow, heck if I never saw snow again it would be to soon, 80" Farm King 3 pth blower and loader. Just about finished on my cab to keep my *** from freezing .Pictures of your snow weapons-20100228-201535-jpg
    Pictures, we need pictures!
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    Quote Originally Posted by triangel View Post
    All this talk about playing in snow, heck if I never saw snow again it would be to soon, 80" Farm King 3 pth blower and loader. Just about finished on my cab to keep my *** from freezing .Pictures of your snow weapons-20100228-201535-jpg
    You can't mean that. It's too much fun moving snow with the right equipment, and sounds like you're just about there.
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    Default Re: Pictures of your snow weapons

    Originally Posted by triangel
    All this talk about playing in snow, heck if I never saw snow again it would be to soon, 80" Farm King 3 pth blower and loader. Just about finished on my cab to keep my *** from freezing .
    Quote Originally Posted by bandit67 View Post
    You can't mean that. It's too much fun moving snow with the right equipment, and sounds like you're just about there.

    I agree with both of you! I like removing snow but once it begins melting and making a mess I've had enough if it.
    Last edited by unbidden; 01-11-2013 at 08:14 AM. Reason: fixed

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    Default Re: Pictures of your snow weapons

    I love the fresh snow and removing it. But not the messy ice we have now. Agreed.

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    This is my pictures ofmy snow weapons, verry effective ne doubt about that.

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    What happened to our snow? Newfoundland received 75cm (that's 30" for those using the old measurement) and all we get is rain!!! It's just not fair!!! I've only been out twice all winter and I'm starting to go into withdrawl.... I'm afraid I might even forget how to operate my tractor!!!
    And to add insult, the Toronto Boat Show starts this weekend!!! I mean, seriously!!
    I'll bet if I didn't have the equipment outside ready to go, there would be tons of snow!!! Isn't that always the way!!!

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    Pictures of your snow weapons-jan-12-2013-028-jpgPictures of your snow weapons-jan-12-2013-031-jpg
    The first photo is from Dec 30th and the 2nd was taken this morning... I hate global warming!!! Give me back those old winters of years gone bye when snow could bury a house and you felt the primal urges because you survived another snow day!!!

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    Default Re: Pictures of your snow weapons

    I'll share some of our snow with you, doelake. Here's a couple of pictures to help you cope with your withdrawls. LOL
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    Plowing, it's snow much fun!

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