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    Elite Member Ductape's Avatar
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    Default Re: Pictures of your snow weapons

    I like that St. J sign !!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ductape View Post
    I like that St. J sign !!!
    Thanks Ductape, my father worked for St. J out of Manchester for years, retired a couple of years before they went under. I saw one of their old trailers sitting out in the woods being used for storage so I found the owner and traded him a 6 pack for the sign - fits perfect on our shop, Rick
    Ford 1900 FWD with 771 FEL
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    Quote Originally Posted by DMF View Post
    Pictures from our last storm; 22"
    Love this thread
    JD 3720 Premium Cab, 300CX, 59" Front Mt. Blower, 72d MMM auto-connect deck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rockgod View Post
    Love this thread
    I agree

    there should be a caption under that third pic "a man and his machine"
    1993 Bolens 1468: 38" snow blower,front blade and 42"MMM
    2007 MF GC2310 TLB: 60" MMM

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    Got my 54" plow fitted to the 2305:


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    Default Re: Pictures of your snow weapons

    A couple recent photos
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    Vince,
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    Super Member Iplayfarmer's Avatar
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    Default Re: Pictures of your snow weapons

    After seeing all of these pics and trying tonight to plow a driveway for my nieghbor who has been gone all winter... I really need to get an angle plow on the front of my tractor! The loader is just not fast enough when plowing that much of a straight away. The 4-wheeler doesn't have enough weight to push that much snow.
    From now on I will only buy cars that are a silver/grey color. Then I can make all body repairs with Duct Tape.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iplayfarmer View Post
    After seeing all of these pics and trying tonight to plow a driveway for my nieghbor who has been gone all winter... I really need to get an angle plow on the front of my tractor! The loader is just not fast enough when plowing that much of a straight away. The 4-wheeler doesn't have enough weight to push that much snow.
    Yep, I have tried it all and for me the best thing is the 7' truck Plow mounted on the FEL in place of the bucket. The next best thing was the 7' Rear Grader Blade with some use of the FEL bucket. I have also tried the blower but the most I have ever had on the ground at one time was 17" in a 24 hour period and even then the front mounted blade would have been better if I would just have plowed every 6-8 hours.

    Don't get me wrong, the blower is nice for tight areas but we just do not have that issue here and it was just too slow.

    Still love my walk behind blower for all the sidewalks.

    Chris

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diamondpilot View Post
    Yep, I have tried it all and for me the best thing is the 7' truck Plow mounted on the FEL in place of the bucket. The next best thing was the 7' Rear Grader Blade with some use of the FEL bucket. I have also tried the blower but the most I have ever had on the ground at one time was 17" in a 24 hour period and even then the front mounted blade would have been better if I would just have plowed every 6-8 hours.

    Don't get me wrong, the blower is nice for tight areas but we just do not have that issue here and it was just too slow.

    Still love my walk behind blower for all the sidewalks.

    Chris
    Blowers leave a nice looking path behind, but I love the blade on my 4 wheeler for speed. I just need more power sometimes than what the ATV can give me. I can move a ton of snow with the FEL. I can only move it forward, though. I think an angle blade would be the best of both worlds.

    I hardly use the 4-wheeler for anything else. If I got the front blade, I'd probably sell the 4-wheeler.
    From now on I will only buy cars that are a silver/grey color. Then I can make all body repairs with Duct Tape.

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    Super Star Member Diamondpilot's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Iplayfarmer View Post
    Blowers leave a nice looking path behind, but I love the blade on my 4 wheeler for speed. I just need more power sometimes than what the ATV can give me. I can move a ton of snow with the FEL. I can only move it forward, though. I think an angle blade would be the best of both worlds.

    I hardly use the 4-wheeler for anything else. If I got the front blade, I'd probably sell the 4-wheeler.
    The angle blade is what I have. Got a old Meyer truck Blade on CL 3 years ago and totally rebuilt it. Best money I have ever spent. Using the 7' Woods rear blade to pull snow out from garage doors, ect makes the tractor the best of both worlds. Its super quick and the power angle makes it really nice.

    I have a thread on the Snow Removal Forum here about re-doing it. My only regret is when I added the remote to my tractor for the power angle is I should have put a circuit so I could also add a power angle function to my rear grader blade.

    Chris

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