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    Default Were Ready for the Flakes

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    Just completed making the mounts for the 4110 / 59 snow blower. Training the new operator to stay on the drive and not follow rabbits / squirrels may be the biggest problem. I hope there is no cab with heater in his contract. I know about day lite operation only. Nights are for naps and favorite TV shows.
    Can't wait to cruise through snow banks and watch the white stuff fly through the air. The loader will rest in the garage this winter.

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    Bronze Member Whisper35's Avatar
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    Default Re: Were Ready for the Flakes

    Very Cool, We have snow here but enough to test anything out yet. I have the same blower on my 3720. I am looikng forward to playing in the yard as well. So "Let it Snow, Let it Snow, Let it Snow"

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    Default Re: Were Ready for the Flakes

    Agent Blue, you have a driver too.

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    Default Re: Were Ready for the Flakes

    Cool! A wind powered CUT with a front blower that's gone to the dogs.

    Don't see that every day.

    Ain't life something

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    Default Re: Were Ready for the Flakes

    Quote Originally Posted by CalG View Post
    Cool! A wind powered CUT with a front blower that's gone to the dogs.

    Don't see that every day.

    Ain't life something

    Never know what one might see in the midwest. Its quite an adventure.

    Bob;
    Looking forward to visiting Bowling Green when they start the 2014 Corvette production. Everyone needs at least four !

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    Default Re: Were Ready for the Flakes

    Quote Originally Posted by Agent Blue View Post
    -winston-deere-photos-012-jpgCan't wait to cruise through snow banks and watch the white stuff fly through the air. The loader will rest in the garage this winter.
    Ah the joys of a front-mounted blower. If I didn't do this for a living mines would be in front as well
    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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