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    Default Snow Removal

    My name is Greg Schmidt I own a john deere 2520. I spent last winter using bucket and rear scrape to maintain 8 driveways and it was a big winter in northern michigan. Thinking about purchasing 54 inch Quik Tatch snow blower and a much needed cab with HEAT!

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    Welcome to TBN.
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    Default Re: Snow Removal

    Great idea. When you get it, post it in the "snow removal" forum on TBN. Also, there is a lot of reading there from this past winter season on the various rigs TBN'rs have going for snow.

    Note: This is member introduction, and you should go to the appropriate forum in TBN to ask questions.
    Last edited by beenthere; 05-10-2011 at 09:54 AM.

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    Default Re: Snow Removal

    Welcome Greg.
    I doubt very much you shall be unhappy w/blower and cab,but maybe w/less seat time tho.

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    Default Re: Snow Removal

    You won't regret getting a snow blower for your tractor. I live in Ma. and we too got a lot of snow here.I was in a sling most of the winter because of roto cuff surgery,ut I had bought a front mount blower for my kubota and I hooked up an electric rotator and an electric chute deflector.I managed with one arm to do my driveway and others n the neighborhood.The hardest part for me was getting dressed to do it. Good luck and again,you won't regret it.
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    Default Re: Snow Removal

    Hey davgreg! WELCOME to TractorByNet.com!

    I have moved your thread to the Snow Removal Forum. You'll get a better response there.

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    Cool Re: Snow Removal

    Thanks Bri. I could not figure out how to move it for myself. Still learning computer skills. Off to the tractor now! My section of woods is ready for the box scrape:

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    Default Re: Snow Removal

    You're welcome Dave. Looks like you have been busy posting away! Glad to see your enjoying to community.

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