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Old 12-10-2014, 07:23 PM   #21
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We only have maybe 2 so far, I will take a picture tomorrow
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only got 6 or 8, but i can remember a ton of years not needing the blower till after Christmas, the poor thing is getting a workout this year

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When your done with your driveway Justin, you can come down here and do mine. If you need a trailer to cart your blower, your more than welcome to use mine.
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We are getting a bit here in North Central PA. About six inches, shoveled the drive, needs a second shovel- but looks like it is about to end.
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i hate cleaning my driveway, seems like i have done it a billion times. i certainly wouldnt be doing it for others. if i had a plow on my yukon maybe but a decent one costs more than i paid for the yukon so its not going to happen any time soon
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Only 6-8 inches...that is beautiful! I wish we could have a white Christmas here.
Can't remember, do you have a plow for your quad? That would be very convenient !
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no. the way the driveway is every time it snows i end up with a ft or 2 deep or several if its real windy, right in front of the garage there. i would have to back drag most of that area because i cant put it in the wifes pond there on the right. those atv plows are light and wedged to dig in when you go forward but they cant back drag like a heavy truck plow. now that i have the rhino i thought about making something like the older tractors use around here that attach to the back but plow forward.
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I am all set for winter. What I do is stand on the frame of the plow, when going in reverse to removed hard packed snow or ice.

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Sounds tough. Could weld place to put some sand tubes
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i have yet to see winter. we have had the occasional flurry, but this is the worst we have had so far......

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they say a chance of 1/2" on christmas eve.
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