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Moline Olympics

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03-10-2019 10:38:27

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Any of you use a moline for moving snow? This is a 1950 RTI with lull loader. Brian

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03-12-2019 13:49:52

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 Re: Moline Olympics in reply to brian(MN), 03-10-2019 10:38:27  
Last fall I got a 445. Just got it running this winter. It came with a loader. I plan to use it a little this summer and if I like the way it acts I may put that one into service next winter. It has power steering also, which the UB does not. Going to be hard to beat the UB otherwise though.

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03-12-2019 10:41:41

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 Re: Moline Olympics in reply to brian(MN), 03-10-2019 10:38:27  

Done for another day. I wish I had a wider bucket on mine. This is only 4 feet wide. I wish it was 5-6 feet wide so it would make a path for the tractor in snow. I have a wider bucket in the grove on some loader I acquired . I wonder if I could mount that on this. It lifts a full bucket of snow now. I have only had this tractor for 5 years or so, this is the first winter it has had a real workout. Handy,previous owner stalled power steering, finger tip steering and chains, I can get most anywhere.

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Alan K

03-11-2019 21:31:30

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 Re: Moline Olympics in reply to brian(MN), 03-10-2019 10:38:27  
Hi Brian, Hope things are well. Been using the M5 and Schwartz loader. Running out of places to put snow.

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03-11-2019 10:42:45

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 Re: Moline Olympics in reply to brian(MN), 03-10-2019 10:38:27  
Same tractor, taken this morning. As mentioned, not too much has changed. Still as reliable as ever!

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03-10-2019 17:51:52

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 Re: Moline Olympics in reply to brian(MN), 03-10-2019 10:38:27  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to see

Unfortunately mine are shop queens.

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03-10-2019 14:10:20

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 Re: Moline Olympics in reply to brian(MN), 03-10-2019 10:38:27  
Here's mine. 1953 UB with Freeman loader.
This picture was taken several years ago, but it hasn't really changed any. It's been getting a workout this winter. It pulled a truck out of a snowbank at my brother's yesterday.

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