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04-14-2014 07:04:10

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Just based on what your saying about it, as someone who works on equipment for a living, I'd say it sounds like a pretty good deal. The only thing I can offer beyond that is to make sure you buy a few cans of ether before winter sets in because that Detroit will more than likely need a snort to get it to come to life when it gets really cold.

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04-14-2014 07:17:50

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 Re: Grader Question: in reply to NCWayne, 04-14-2014 07:04:10  
Forgot to mention it has a engine block heater as well.

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04-14-2014 07:14:29

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 Re: Grader Question: in reply to NCWayne, 04-14-2014 07:04:10  
I agree. We used ether to start it up about two weeks ago when the temp. was around 20 degrees. One shot of ether and it fired right up. It is gonna cost me some $$$$ to have it trucked to my cottage which is about 80 miles north.

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04-14-2014 11:53:44

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 Re: Grader Question: in reply to LeoinMI, 04-14-2014 07:14:29  
If it's only 80 miles, I'd think about driving it.

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04-14-2014 13:41:31

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 Re: Grader Question: in reply to Larry EC-OH, 04-14-2014 11:53:44  
No real good way to get to my cottage by using less traveled side roads. Most are main highways or freeways. Once I am within twenty miles of the cottage the roads are less traveled and easier to drive down. Load limits prevent me from transporting the grader by any means at this time. Have to wait for the frost to get out of the ground before I can move it.

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