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  1. #11
    Bronze Member Uncle Levi's Avatar
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    Default Re: Time to remove chains [finially]

    I still have 40" of snow in the yard.I could probably take the chains off, but what the heck--I can't get around in the yard anyway. Guess I'll just let my JD sit for awhile. Would someone PLEASE send me some global warming ?!

  2. #12
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    KIOTI DK50 HST

    Default Re: Time to remove chains [finially]

    Quote Originally Posted by Uncle Levi View Post
    I still have 40" of snow in the yard.I could probably take the chains off, but what the heck--I can't get around in the yard anyway. Guess I'll just let my JD sit for awhile. Would someone PLEASE send me some global warming ?!
    I have a company that does alot of work out in the Williston area, they keep trying to get me out there. Humm I don't think so tim. CJ
    Kioti DK50HST Cab
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  3. #13
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    Massey Ferguson 50, Kubota B 7800, Kubota M6040, John Deere 5200

    Default Re: Time to remove chains [finially]

    Pulled my blower off the tractor yesterday and wouldn't you know they weatherman is calling for a little snow. Since the frost is starting to come out, my tractor will stay in the barn so I won't destroy yard and lawn.

  4. #14
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    Default Re: Time to remove chains [finially]

    YEP, today is the day.
    Chains blower and plow get stored, FEL bucket installed.

    FYI, I store chains in a 5 gal plastic pail and splash oil to deter rust.

    Also now is time to touch up paint on the blower, even a $5.00 rattle can coating will prevent that serious rust on the blower parts and make blowing easier next winter. No use doing a pro job as the sand gravel will take it off first usage anyway and snow will not stick to clean steel.

  5. #15
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    JD LA115, WH 244, WH 525 hydro-pops,Original Troy Built Horse 8 HP

    Default Re: Time to remove chains [finially]

    Quote Originally Posted by Uncle Levi View Post
    I still have 40" of snow in the yard.I could probably take the chains off, but what the heck--I can't get around in the yard anyway. Guess I'll just let my JD sit for awhile. Would someone PLEASE send me some global warming ?!


    NO NO AND NO!!!!


    As I told another TBN member I would not worry about anything until you see BNSF AND UP running around with those
    )(*&^%$#%^&*(*&^%$^& EXCUSES FOR rotary snow plows on thier main and secondary rail lines, Jordan Spreaders are for sissies!!!!!

  6. #16
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    Kubota B2620 (2012)

    Default Re: Time to remove chains [finially]

    -img_0587-jpg It's snowing now.....was 83 deg yesterday.....when I planted more strawberries... It's 33 deg now and snowing like crazy.....Go figure.
    Kubota B2620 HST

  7. #17
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    Yanmar sc2400

    Default Re: Time to remove chains [finially]

    Mine stay on until the end of mud season. Things have dried up pretty well, so in a couple weeks.

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