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    Platinum 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.

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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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    Platinum Member wawajake's Avatar
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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, and Agri Ease Post hole digger... good thing the wife is not keeping track !

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    Elite Member JerryK's Avatar
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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" [26"X10"fan] Mahindra front blower,72" Mahindra front blade, 48" CID QA forks, 6' EverythingAttachments Land Plane & Landscape Rake, 78" JRW rear blower[26"X8"fan], 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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