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The little tractor that could!
 
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For the big snow other wise its the quad with a six foot blade.
 

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Dang, that picture makes me feel cold!
Where are you located?
It's actually just today when I took that picture turned around from 20 below freezing for a about 2 weeks and started to rain

Other side of the pound :)
 
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The little tractor that could!

I just like smaller stuff that doesn't waste space, I love that it fits in my trailer without needing to remove the cover and that I can tuck it away like a lawnmower in a corner when I don't need it :) Sadly even small stuff today is getting bigger, it's getting harder and harder to find small quality machines,

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I’m all ready, but hopefully won’t need it. 8 foot power angle plow with Urethane cutting edge on L6060.
Shop is heated, so it’s pretty comfy right out of the gate.

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How much clearance do you have from the blade to the shop doors…..
 
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Finally got to really test the MK Martin SB 75PT on the T474 in some decent snow after having it for 1 1/2 years, 2 major snow events in a week adding up to about 20 inches. Worked great and was so much nicer sitting in the cab in a t shirt and kept turning the heat down.
 

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Wow! Great picture. Did you get any videos? I would love to see how it worked in that deep snow. Did you have to go really slow?

I bought a Farm King PT84 a year or so ago and so far have only used it in relatively small snowfalls, around 6" to 8". It worked awesome in the small accumulations and wonder how it will work in larger ones.

I agree with your cab comment. Waaaaaaaaay better in a cab with heat. (y)
 
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Yes, more detail on how a pull type snowblower worked for you.
 
 
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