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Tony in Mass.

02-09-2013 21:22:15

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Yeah Dan, that Farm King blower never worked well once in the snow here the years since I left the northcountry, but yeah, for Canadian/New York snow, it was a great machine for that stuff. A neighbor has a huge kubuta with all tinted glass etc etc, with a turbo snowblower- it works great even in milk shake snow. But he paid more for that rig than I did for everything I own..
I was hoping to put that blower on the ex NY thruway 3165 mower, but something is wrong with the ind pto, and half the hitch is missing, yadayada...
With this wind, without a cab... this won't be a fun job.... this is one of the issues about 'live pto flywheel A onto engine B' thing. Power, cab, wait 50 years for the next powdery snow storm to try it out.... does it snow in Georgia????
Oh I had to use this walkalong to get the snow out of the tractor's? track? Between the front and rear wheels, or they can't start rolling at all? Umph...

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02-10-2013 17:12:12

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 Re: Thinking of Tony! in reply to Tony in Mass., 02-09-2013 21:22:15  
I used my MF-35 with chains and a 6' rear blade and it moved the snow in small bites. Up here in VT we only got about 18" so less than you had Tony.

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