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    Getting ready for good weather finally

    Finally got around to getting my 1025R ready for the better weather. Took off the snowthrower and salt spreader, took off the doors and rear panel from the Curtis cab. Got my FEL and BH on with the added chain and clevis hooks for the bucket and a step for the BH from Ken's bolt on.

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    I did the same thing yesterday, removed the snow blower and put the loader back on. I left the doors on the cab though as temps are still down in the low 30's to around 40.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shortstuff View Post
    Finally got around to getting my 1025R ready for the better weather. Took off the snowthrower and salt spreader, took off the doors and rear panel from the Curtis cab. Got my FEL and BH on with the added chain and clevis hooks for the bucket and a step for the BH from Ken's bolt on.

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    No good weather here. 10 inches of snow and 50mph winds. Spring is officially on hold.


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