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Let it Snow!********

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Woodchuck

02-13-2014 06:41:02
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1947 2N with Arps blade, loaded tires, double ring chains and 400 lb counter weight.

Kubota B1700 FWD with 52" Woods blower and loader.

http://i1123.photobucket.com/albums/l555/woodchuck10/1947%202N/WP_20140212_002.jpg




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Colin King

02-14-2014 16:00:40
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 Re: Let it Snow!******** in reply to Woodchuck, 02-13-2014 06:41:02  
Looks like you're well prepared!

Colin, MN



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Woodchuck

02-13-2014 15:18:16
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 Re: Let it Snow!******** in reply to Woodchuck, 02-13-2014 06:41:02  
Depends on the snow. If I need a quick path out and it's going to snow a lot (like today!)I use the 2N. Not real neat but I can get out in an emergency. After the snow stops I clean up with the blower so I have somewhere to push the next storm.

If we only get a few inches I push it to one side of the driveway and then blow it out in the woods with the Kubota.

Any time I can use the 2N I do. The Kubota works good and makes the snow disappear, but I have to go backwards and twist my bad back around to see where I'm going. A few years ago we got 5 feet of heavy wet snow. I never got the 2N out. The Kubota ran 10 to 12 hours a day from Wednesday through Sunday working on my 1000', my fathers 600' and my brothers 100' or so. All three places also have parking lots for 6 to 10 cars.

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01BIRDDOG

02-13-2014 11:48:28
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 Re: Let it Snow!******** in reply to Woodchuck, 02-13-2014 06:41:02  
Outstanding set up for sure. It is clear you NEED this for snow removal and in my neck of the woods it's more of a "it's fun to do" thing. Can you get rid of more snow in a giving time with the blade or the blower??



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Woodchuck

02-13-2014 08:16:09
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 Re: Let it Snow!******** in reply to Woodchuck, 02-13-2014 06:41:02  
It's a Hercules ROPS. Made in Australia. Hercules.com. I got this one off Craigslist. PO was making a trailer queen and didn't want the ROPS. $400



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Jim WI

02-13-2014 15:04:16
205.175.240.244



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 Re: Let it Snow!******** in reply to Woodchuck, 02-13-2014 08:16:09  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to see

Actually, http://www.herculesrops.com/

They seem to cost about $750 new.



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Randy NAA in MI

02-13-2014 07:40:39
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 Re: Let it Snow!******** in reply to Woodchuck, 02-13-2014 06:41:02  
I don't think I'd say this, but the 5 ft of snow this year has been almost more than I wanted to plow, and plow, and plow.....Looks like you have TWO nice set ups.



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kylemorley

02-13-2014 07:25:13
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 Re: Let it Snow!******** in reply to Woodchuck, 02-13-2014 06:41:02  
What kind of ROPs is that? I've been looking into them, and no one seems very interested in selling me one, or, even tell me what they cost.



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Woodchuck

02-13-2014 07:06:59
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 Re: Let it Snow!******** in reply to Woodchuck, 02-13-2014 06:41:02  
Standard Cat 1 3 point hitch and PTO shaft.



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howdy1960

02-13-2014 07:03:02
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 Re: Let it Snow!******** in reply to Woodchuck, 02-13-2014 06:41:02  
I really need a blade on Sadie. The 5'(I think) snow bucket just don't cut it when only moving 2"-5" of the white stuff but works great moving piles to another part of property.



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HCooke

02-13-2014 06:56:27
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 Re: Let it Snow!******** in reply to Woodchuck, 02-13-2014 06:41:02  

Nice picture! If I had more snow I would be interested in how that snow blower attaches to the Kubota.



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BeaverIslander

02-13-2014 06:55:31
69.128.27.11



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 Re: Let it Snow!******** in reply to Woodchuck, 02-13-2014 06:41:02  
It looks like you're ready for sure!



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