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G16 311 pushing snow

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02-20-2021 19:38:40

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Got the G16 blade hooked up to the 300 to clean driveways. I would have preferred to put it on the VAC but the log splitter was already on it and I didn't feel like lifting that off so had to make do with the narrow front in the snow. Only got stuck once and had dad push my out with the loader since he was moving snow as well.

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02-20-2021 20:30:36

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 Re: G16 311 pushing snow in reply to connor9988, 02-20-2021 19:38:40  
Great looking 300 and blade. I have the same set up but didn't use it as my bil cleared the snow with a cab equipped loader. That blade, being able to adjust from the seat of the 300, works so well for so many things. The 300 hydraulics makes it easy to keep my drive as level as a billiard table.

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02-20-2021 21:02:36

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 Re: G16 311 pushing snow in reply to Tgrasher, 02-20-2021 20:30:36  
unfortunately my lever got bent out of shape at some point in its life so I still have to get off and adjust it. perhaps one day I will get that fixed.

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02-21-2021 05:48:05

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 Re: G16 311 pushing snow in reply to connor9988, 02-20-2021 21:02:36  
On second look, I see what you mean. Mine got seriously bent also but with heating it with a torch and holding it in a large vise, I was able to straighten it. The bearing in the swivel went bad on mine and, remarkably, with an Internet search I found and copied the original manual, and was able to get the bearing and race.

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