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    Can't wait for that freight truck to get here with the 54" plow

    The air is getting cooler and my machine is not prepared for the white stuff yet. Ordered a 54" plow from Shane at Mutton 2-3 weeks ago and he told me they would most likely ship it out this week some time. I already have my Artillian rubber blade edge and extensions, rear suitcase counterweights now I just need my Quick-hitch and plow.
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    I was looking at my plow today... It's outfitted similar to yours and I didn't get a chance to use the "wings" last year. As soon as they were mounted it never snowed again. The plow looks forlorn and forgotton face down waiting for the call. No doubt I will be cursing the skid chains at 3AM again some snowy night... just like last year! Two tractors and I can't seem to get one of 'em ready on time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 96PSD View Post
    The air is getting cooler and my machine is not prepared for the white stuff yet. Ordered a 54" plow from Shane at Mutton 2-3 weeks ago and he told me they would most likely ship it out this week some time. I already have my Artillian rubber blade edge and extensions, rear suitcase counterweights now I just need my Quick-hitch and plow.
    What model tractor you attaching it to? That's the very same set-up I'm considering for my new JD 1023e.
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    I have a 2014- 1025R that I bought back in August. Next on my list may have to be a trip up to Artillian to pick up a set of forks also. 3 1/2hr each way is not to bad.
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    I love my 54" blade. Can't wait to give it a good workout this year. I put a set of Warn wings on last year and never got a good snow to really try them out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 96PSD View Post
    The air is getting cooler and my machine is not prepared for the white stuff yet. Ordered a 54" plow from Shane at Mutton 2-3 weeks ago and he told me they would most likely ship it out this week some time. I already have my Artillian rubber blade edge and extensions, rear suitcase counterweights now I just need my Quick-hitch and plow.
    When I read this, I thought perhaps I had written it...maybe while sleeping?? Anyway, I'm waiting on my 54" blade from Shane as well, and I already have the squeegee and extensions waiting.
    I chose the softer squeegee from Artillian. I wasn't sure which edge to get, so we'll see after the first few snows. Does anyone have experience with the squeegee?
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    I went with the soft rubber as I push snow out onto my lawn. I build up the snow on one side of my driveway to keep the snow from drifting into the travel path. Also I have to swing my 18' trailers by the house and need some space. Though this year I do have now a 3pt hitch with trailer a trailer hitch so I could just drop the trailer and jockey it into with the tractor versus my crew cab full bed dually.

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    Quote Originally Posted by timmarks View Post
    Does anyone have experience with the squeegee?
    My experience with "a" squeegee (Official JD) is excellent on my 1026 all last winter. It "stacks" snow just as well as the steel edge and won't peel lawn at the edge of the pavement. Same JD rubber edge has also been excellent on my 48" plow on the GX tractor since '05.

    Once I put it on the GX blade I never took it off. (Have Johnny Bucket Jr for the hard work) It pushed pine tree storm damage on an unfrozen lawn with no problems or scuffs and graded plenty of topsoil.
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    TonTon, you have some more popcorn and room on that bench? Shane just emailed me saying it should ship out tomorrow from Mutton. arrr the wait is killing me.

    On another note in NJ today it is sunny and will be 68 degrees.
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