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  1. #1581
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    Default Re: Pictures of your snow weapons

    A few recent pictures of snow removal. Our property, our equipment. Pictures taken off of security system.

    -2013-01-29_hook-lift-truck_03-a-2013-01-29_cat-446-tn75da_03-a-2013-01-29_hook-lift-snow-2013-01-29_hook-lift-snow-2013-01-29_cat-446-hook

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    Quote Originally Posted by jerryjks View Post
    A few recent pictures of snow removal. Our property, our equipment. Pictures taken off of security system.

    -2013-01-29_hook-lift-truck_03-a-2013-01-29_cat-446-tn75da_03-a-2013-01-29_hook-lift-snow-2013-01-29_hook-lift-snow-2013-01-29_cat-446-hook
    Thanks for posting this, now maybe Southerners will finally believe me when I say that we actually do haul snow away up here.
    JD 5105M & JD 4720 Cabbies w. Shoule reversible snow blade/Shoule rear snowblower; Pronovost blower; backhoe and some attachments I have no idea what they are for.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Karl2 View Post

    I was just messin' with ya, I know my JD's well

    I never use chains myself but I understand their need on small tractors that simply aren't heavy enough to grip. Any tractor that weighs over 2 tons can do without and yours weighs a lot more than that.
    Page up a little and you'll find a video of a big 4WD JD that could have made use of some chains. Probably wouldn't have been allowed where he was, but it's real obvious that the tractor wasn't doing real well w/o them. And I think it weighs over 2 tons.

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    ipad said it didn't post, but it did, tried to clean it up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RaydaKub View Post
    Page up a little and you'll find a video of a big 4WD JD that could have made use of some chains. Probably wouldn't have been allowed where he was, but it's real obvious that the tractor wasn't doing real well w/o them. And I think it weighs over 2 tons.

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    As I said above, there are always situations where any tractor or loader could use some chains. What I'm trying to convey is that in most instances where small tractor loses traction, a heavier one doesn't. In commercial snow removing situations where a heavy tractor (let's say a 50 hp CUT and above) would require chains are rare, either because most contractors steer away from such contracts due to the fact that chains can damage clients property, or are forbidden locally, or use studded tires (polyurethane studs are legal). That said, if I had a farm or large property where damaging surfaces is not a factor, and did not leave the property with the tractor, I would probably have chains.
    JD 5105M & JD 4720 Cabbies w. Shoule reversible snow blade/Shoule rear snowblower; Pronovost blower; backhoe and some attachments I have no idea what they are for.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RaydaKub View Post
    Page up a little and you'll find a video of a big 4WD JD that could have made use of some chains. Probably wouldn't have been allowed where he was, but it's real obvious that the tractor wasn't doing real well w/o them. And I think it weighs over 2 tons.

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    As I said above, there are always situations where any tractor or loader could use some chains. What I'm trying to convey is that in most instances where small tractor loses traction, a heavier one doesn't. In commercial snow removing situations where a heavy tractor (let's say a 50 hp CUT and above) would require chains are rare, either because most contractors steer away from such contracts due to the fact that chains can damage clients property, or are forbidden locally, or use studded tires (polyurethane studs are legal). That said, if I had a farm or large property where damaging surfaces is not a factor, and did not leave the property with the tractor, I would probably have chains.
    JD 5105M & JD 4720 Cabbies w. Shoule reversible snow blade/Shoule rear snowblower; Pronovost blower; backhoe and some attachments I have no idea what they are for.

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    Here is a picture of my little toy. My first tractor. L3400 with a loader and sub frame mount BH 75 backhoe. I picked up this 60 inch Agrotrend blower and it is perfect. Had to put a set of remotes on to power the hydraulic shoot. Dealer did a beautiful job putting the control through the vacant draft control slot to the right of the seat. It's up at the cottage just outside of Huntsville Ontario. I can't wait to get up on weekends and have some fun!
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    My new work snow machine. I can pile snow over 30' high
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    robs660 Now that is what I call being able to pile it.

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    Default Re: Pictures of your snow weapons

    seems to me that setup would be a bit (lot) tipsy with a heavy, high load. I have run off terrain forklifts in the past....not very stable. outriggers help, but take a long time to set.
    currently own
    2011 Kioti DK45SE HST CAB tractor/loader, Jimna 6" - 3 point wood chipper, 60" JD Brush Hog, JD 60" Rototiller, 3 point post hole digger with hydraulic assist, 3 point spring tooth rake, Fimco 55 gallon weed sprayer with 12 foot boom, 3 point hydraulic wood splitter (home built)
    Quick Attach 79" loader mount snowblower & rear powerpack
    Quick Attach 84" Snow Blade
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