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On 1/24/2018 at 7:04 AM, Ed Kennell said:

Thanks for the pics.  I bet your cab really stays warm.         Mine only collects the rear cylinder  heat and it stays 30 F above the  outside temp.    I did vent the belt guard though.

Easy Ed. We don't want to see you blowing snow Nekid! 

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2/11/2018. 6:30 AM to 8:30 am, 3" fluffy snow, 30 degrees, breezy. Snow blow then scrape driveway, then snow blow around buildings.

 1 1/4 gallons gas. 76 degrees in cab. :wh:

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2/18/2018. 9 AM to 9:30 AM, snow blow 5" fluffy snow, 26 degrees no wind. 1/2 gallon gas. :wh:

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2/24/2018. 35 degrees, windy. 8 AM to 8:30 AM, plow 1/2" heavy snow. 1/2 gallon gas. :wh:

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2/26/2018. 5:30 AM to 6:30 AM, 31 degrees, plow 1" heavy snow and snow blow banks. 1/2 gallon gas. :wh:

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What a handsome machine!!   I was born & raise down the road from you...  Bangor!  ;)  Great photos!  

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3/8/2018. 7:30 to 8:15, snow blow 6" fine dry snow. 28 degrees, very windy, drifts, some snow 1" wet near pavement. 3/4 gallon gas.

       74 degrees in cab. :wh: Still snowing.

 

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30 minutes ago, 1995 520H+96+97 said:

          . 28 degrees, very windy,

       74 degrees in cab. :wh: Still snowing.

 

 

 

Your heat houser is a little more efficient than mine.   My cab stays 30F above outside temp.     :text-bravo:

I am starting to doubt if I'll ever get to use mine again.    I wonder...:confusion-confused:....could I make it snow by removing the cab and blower?

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24 minutes ago, Ed Kennell said:

I wonder...:confusion-confused:....could I make it snow by removing the cab and blower?

 

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10 hours ago, Ed Kennell said:

Your heat houser is a little more efficient than mine.   My cab stays 30F above outside temp.     :text-bravo:

I am starting to doubt if I'll ever get to use mine again.    I wonder...:confusion-confused:....could I make it snow by removing the cab and blower?

I feel ya there Ed, but on the flip side it's all good that I really haven't had to fight any measurable snow the last 2 years, I thought if I sold 2 with tall chute singles it might snow this year but then again I converted the JD blade over to the Kioti for dad, my plan may be working :teasing-neener: mother nature...

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3/9/2018. 5 AM to 5:45 AM snowblow  8 " heavy snow, no wind, 28 degrees. 5:45 to 6:30 scrape.  1 1/2 gallon gas for 2 520H. 80 degrees in cab with left door 4" open. :wh:     image.png.6722c9bcbbc6e3be2abf66d016963a48.png 

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I bet we ain't had but 8 inches here all winter so maybe she knows I got a deuce I could throw on quick. We got 5 inches of slush from that storm that blasted 1995 520h+ and I got the 520 single out just for it's weekly startup but it was more like pumping water!

12 hours ago, WVHillbilly520H said:

my plan may be working :teasing-neener: mother nature...

Look out Jeff.... mother n  has a way of catching you with your pants down! :lol:... Ed ...take you blower off just to see what happens.... :D

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7 hours ago, WHX14 said:

 

Look out Jeff.... mother n  has a way of catching you with your pants down! :lol:... Ed ...take you blower off just to see what happens.... :D

Until today the only fuel on hand was what was in the tanks (filled cans today), but I keep a maintainer on the batteries, blade on the '95 deuce and cab on the anniversary, plus FEL and rear blade on the eMax, then in WV the Kioti blades front and rear plus the CC with blower no pants down just cat napping maybe...

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3/10/2018. 7:30 AM to 8 AM, 28 degrees, plow 1" snow, no wind,1/2 gallon gas, still snowing.  :wh:

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3/12/2018. 9:30 to 10:15 35 degrees, snowblow what slid off roof last night, heavy and wet. 3/4 gallon gas. 12" to 18" more snow forecast for tonight and tomorrow. :wh:

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Finally got a little seat time.       8:00AM    28F   4" of heavy snow.

Plowed 3 driveways and mail boxes  for  45 minutes.     :woohoo:

 

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52 minutes ago, Ed Kennell said:

Finally got a little seat time.       8:00AM    28F   4" of heavy snow.

Plowed 3 driveways and mail boxes  for  45 minutes.     :woohoo:

 

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Ed, mother nature heard your prayers..:bow-blue:

 

Glenn

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3/14/2018. 12:15 AM to 1:30 AM, 32 degrees, windy, snowblow 8" heavy snow. 1 gallon gas. :wh:

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3/14/2018. 7:30 AM to 8:30, 30 degrees, no wind, snowblow 6" heavy snow. 3/4 gallon gas. :wh:

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3/14/2018. 12:30 PM to 1:15, 35 degrees, snowblow 2" heavy, wet snow. 1/2  gallon gas, still snowing. :wh:

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5 hours ago, 1995 520H+96+97 said:

3/14/2018. 12:30 PM to 1:15, 35 degrees, snowblow 2" heavy, wet snow. 1/2  gallon gas, still snowing. :wh:

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On one hand you are keeping the herd active, exercised and lubricated, but on the flip side I'm sure you are getting a bit tired of seeing white, finally got some measurable snow here on Monday, 7" heavy wet stuff used the 2stage to clear out nearly  1000-1500' linear driveway asphalt and gravel, then Tuesday used the plow to finish up some others areas, Jeff.

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3/15/2018. 6 AM to 7, 28 degrees, no wind, snow blow 2" heavy snow. 1/2 gallon gas. Still light snow flurries. :wh:

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:text-coolphotos:        Looks like @WVHillbilly520H is so eager to mow that he is clearing the lawn!      :ychain:

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