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    Super Star Member Thomas's Avatar
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    Default Re: Snow starved participants

    "You stop your complaining !!! "

    Iam just getting itchy for mud season.

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    Then black fly season, after that mosquito season
    2011, JD2520, 62D MMM, 200CX loader, iMatch Quick Hitch, Ballast Box, #46 Backhoe

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    I did not bother putting the front mount blower on. I used the loader the couple of times we had snow
    L3430HSTC w/ LA723 loader, Woods RD7200 finish mower and Kubota L2174A front mount snowblower

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    Quote Originally Posted by smfcpacfp
    I know many of you who do get a lot of snow normally, haven't this year. We are just about normal because of the last 9 days when we had almost 55". From Friday at 7 PM until Sunday morning we had 34" and I had to snow blow 3 times during that time period and 7 times in the last 9 days.

    I figured that today the snow depth would be at it peak (crotch high) and the density of the snow on the pine trees would be at its maximum so I got up before dawn and took a few pictures around my house which I put in this 50 second video. The temperature was near zero. Best to watch it in 1080 HD

    Winters peak - YouTube
    No video of the b3030 in action?
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    Quote Originally Posted by smfcpacfp
    I know many of you who do get a lot of snow normally, haven't this year. We are just about normal because of the last 9 days when we had almost 55". From Friday at 7 PM until Sunday morning we had 34" and I had to snow blow 3 times during that time period and 7 times in the last 9 days.

    I figured that today the snow depth would be at it peak (crotch high) and the density of the snow on the pine trees would be at its maximum so I got up before dawn and took a few pictures around my house which I put in this 50 second video. The temperature was near zero. Best to watch it in 1080 HD

    Winters peak - YouTube
    Nice pics!

    What no action vids of the b3030?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ericher69 View Post
    Nice pics!

    What no action vids of the b3030?
    Here are a couple of video's

    kubota B3030 HSDC snowblowing Jan 2012 (HD) - YouTube

    Kubota B3030 Snowblowing on 1/02/2012 - YouTube

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    Thx 4 videos but I have seen these already! Was wondering how it did with the increased snow depth
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