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    The First Inch, SNOW

    Eeesh!!!

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    You can keep it for a little while longer.

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    I am glad it will be couple of months before I have any snow!
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    Please no, I still have summer projects to get done.


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    WOW, not good!
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    I'm sure it will melt quickly. It's one of those freak artic air masses that dropped over the province. By the sounds of the snapping trees I'll have some fire wood to clean up.

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    Probably another 6-8 weeks before our first snow still......Looking forward to whipping out the 54" blade (I must admit.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by sstlaure View Post
    Probably another 6-8 weeks before our first snow still......Looking forward to whipping out the 54" blade (I must admit.)
    I have to admit I do like snow plowing also, but only up to the point when something breaks and it's 10 deg outside.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gizmo2 View Post
    I have to admit I do like snow plowing also, but only up to the point when something breaks and it's 10 deg outside.
    You just described last winter. Had to pull the tranmission on my 180 TWICE and rebuild in the winter. Sucked big time. Hoping the 1025R affords more seat time and less wrench time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sstlaure View Post
    You just described last winter. Had to pull the tranmission on my 180 TWICE and rebuild in the winter. Sucked big time. Hoping the 1025R affords more seat time and less wrench time.
    I personally think you are in for a real treat and won't be disappointed.
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