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    Gold Member mpham's Avatar
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    Anyone besides me ready for winter? I just hooked up the blower and wired up all my lights. I just have to open the heat valves and install the doors. We have had snow as early as next week here. I also see snow forecast for Colorado. Anyone else ready?
    Phil. from Mass.
    2006 Kioti ck20 with 425 hours
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    Default Re: Who's ready for winter 13/14 ?

    Not me. Haven't even thought about it much yet.

    I have plenty of backhoe work to do and as long as this weather lasts, I'll be doing that. I would like to do some thinning and chipping too before the blower and chains go on, but that can wait til next year if it has to.

    I think it was Halloween Night two years ago we had 8" of wet snow. Trick or Treat

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    Default Re: Who's ready for winter 13/14 ?

    Not ready yet--have to get through "leaf season" first. I live within a 265 acre forest and affectionately refer to fall as "nuclear winter" around here. Thank God for an Agrimetal blower.

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    Default Re: Who's ready for winter 13/14 ?

    Just had a new plow put on the truck yesterday. Never had anything but fisher plows but went with a Blizzard this time. Today I'm going to start and service the sander and put the curb guards on the plow. I'm ready

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    Default Re: Who's ready for winter 13/14 ?

    yep here is my new snow weapon a 51 inch snowblower (Braber Agri Ease) and the improvements to my cab to keep wind off my face, I added heavy black felt, it is easy to work with and I have a slit in back to reach thru and manually adjust chute.....now where is the snow to try it out ! The older picture is what I used last year.
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    jake
    BX2660, plus weight box, middle buster and toothbar, and now Agri 42" rototiller, Brotek Wheel spacers ! oh and some home made forks too, and a Wallenstein BX42 Chipper and now a tow behind woodsplitter.and a TMI 48 Rotary Cutter..and 51 inch Agri Ease Snowblower... and 60 inch rear finish mower... good thing the wife is not keeping track !

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    Default Re: Who's ready for winter 13/14 ?

    My snow caster is all greased/painted up since last Spring. Even pulled the fan this year and did a good paint job... back of fan had never been painted before. Tractor is ready. But would take about 1/2 hour or so to plop the hoe on it's cart and hitch up the blower. Still a lot of stumps and other things to do for quite awhile yet. I am not rushing thru Fall, which is actually my favorite season of the year. Usually, if you get an early snow, it doesn't last long... BUT, you never know....
    78" Mahindra front blower, 48" CID QA forks, 6' EverythingAttachments Land Plane, 78" JRW rear blower, homemade 1 ton rear weight, 6' Ford rear blade, big homemade 3pt box/carrier, 8" wood chipper

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    Default Re: Who's ready for winter 13/14 ?

    NOOO!!! My new 54" snowblower is in stock, though - waiting for me to throw in the towel on fall & get it.

    Need to finish leaf mulching first.
    DeereMann
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    76 degrees today be at least 2 months I don't panic 2 minutes I can have my pusher chained on the bucket blower and chains only if big storm comin ags are fine til ground freezes and layer of ice
    NEW IN 2015 KUBOTA B 3300 su with LA504 loader,BH 77 backhoe and thumb, loaded r4s ,block heater.two led light bars ,Farmi winch 351p ,Pronovost Puma 54 inch 3 point snow blower with wings and chute control. LRC60 woods landscape rake,Salsco 624xt hydraulic feed chipper, homemade logging forks, 4 ft woods box blade,/////////////////////////////////.former tractorNEW IN 2005 bx 23 with homemade cab1900 hours

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    Default Re: Who's ready for winter 13/14 ?

    Just bought a 4500 series Ventrac just for the Quick change front Hitch so I can easily hook up my 54" Snow Blower Thats built like a (you know what.)
    Murph

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    Default Re: Who's ready for winter 13/14 ?

    The kubota is not ready for winter, still working on other projects. I recently purchased an FFC V-plow, but don't have the hoses yet to run to my rear remotes. Thinking I'll chain up and be ready in mid-November. The Unimog is ready, but probably won't see action until we get quite a bit of snow. No significant snow yet in our part of Colorado, whereas Steamboat Springs (northern) had 10 inches as of this morning.

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