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    Juno Snow Storm results.

    It's official. Juno dropped 34" of snow in Littleton, MA. Drifts in low lying area of my property over 5' deep! I went out a few times during the storm to keep it in check. The John Deere equipment performed admirably and not only handled the mess at my place but the adjacent neighbors as well.

    John Deere 3320
    eHydro, R4's, 300CX Loader, 61" HD Bucket
    JD Tooth Bar, Deluxe Hood Guard, Ken's Bolt-on Hooks
    485 Backhoe w. 18" HD Bucket
    Mid-PTO, Front 3 Point Hitch, 366 Front Blade
    Tarter 5' 3PH Tiller
    Frontier AP12F Forks

    John Deere 2032R
    R3's, 220R Loader, 57" HD Bucket
    Curtis Hard Side Cab & Heater
    62D Deck, iMatch Quick Hitch
    54 Snowblower
    Super HeavyHitch
    Little Wonder "Optimax" & JRCO Blower Buggy
    Fimco 60 Gallon 3PH Boomless Sprayer w. PTO Pump

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    I got 33" with a couple of 8' drifts in the yard. I gotta get rid of those slopes! Every time it snows I end up with huge drifts in the back yard.

    Other than a minor quirk with the fuel gauge acting up (probably my own fault for over-filling it!) and my rear work light dying on me, the tractor worked as well as could be expected. Having the plow on the loader arms allowed me stack it nice and high. I went back out this afternoon and pushed all the banks back a bit so that I have someplace to push snow if we get another storm.

    As well and the machine did, I think I convinced the girl that a snowblower is a necessity. Hopefully I'll find something I like by next fall.
    D160 Mower/Bagger.
    2014 2032R tractor/H130 FEL w/Bolt-On Hooks/54" Snow Plow/iMatch Quick-Hitch/County Line 5' Scraper blade/County Line Carry-All/Artillian 42" Forks & QH Adapter/JD Ballast Box/Frontier SB1164 3PH Blower/Leinbach PHD/Wallenstien BX42 Chipper

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    Quote Originally Posted by JimR View Post
    I got 33" with a couple of 8' drifts in the yard. I gotta get rid of those slopes! Every time it snows I end up with huge drifts in the back yard.

    Other than a minor quirk with the fuel gauge acting up (probably my own fault for over-filling it!) and my rear work light dying on me, the tractor worked as well as could be expected. Having the plow on the loader arms allowed me stack it nice and high. I went back out this afternoon and pushed all the banks back a bit so that I have someplace to push snow if we get another storm.

    As well and the machine did, I think I convinced the girl that a snowblower is a necessity. Hopefully I'll find something I like by next fall.
    I can only imagine how much snow that 47 SB gobbled up yesterday. Was throwing the stuff 60-75'. BTW, the steel impeller swap was definitely an improvement! My next door neighbor has a funky driveway leading to their two-car garage. Three cars parked outside and buried in drifts. Was able to get in and clear them out to the point that very little shoveling was necessary. Another neighbor has ~ 300' straight shot and I make it a point to take good care of him. He shows his appreciation with good wine & cigars!! Then there's my ~ 850' driveway that goes down a hill from the house, around a corner and then up a steep grade!
    John Deere 3320
    eHydro, R4's, 300CX Loader, 61" HD Bucket
    JD Tooth Bar, Deluxe Hood Guard, Ken's Bolt-on Hooks
    485 Backhoe w. 18" HD Bucket
    Mid-PTO, Front 3 Point Hitch, 366 Front Blade
    Tarter 5' 3PH Tiller
    Frontier AP12F Forks

    John Deere 2032R
    R3's, 220R Loader, 57" HD Bucket
    Curtis Hard Side Cab & Heater
    62D Deck, iMatch Quick Hitch
    54 Snowblower
    Super HeavyHitch
    Little Wonder "Optimax" & JRCO Blower Buggy
    Fimco 60 Gallon 3PH Boomless Sprayer w. PTO Pump

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    Sound like me , need to help the neighbors. Plus with that large amount of snow - folks would be out all day shoveling a small drive where it takes matter of minutes to do the same area with a blower or even a fel or front blade.
    About 5 yrs ago we was getting 15-32" seemed like every day . That winter I put over 110 hrs and used close to 90 gal of diesel helping the neighbors.
    But the payoff was all the THANKS, home made candy, cookies, still get butchered hamburg, Tbone , roast , and just about everything else.

    Plus get to brag on the JD and the way it performs.
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    Well, I got 5". But, it's not what you got, but how you use it!

    I was going to push all the snow on the entire 1/2 acre into one pile after seeing Prosper's and the New England vids on TV. Wifey talked me out of it!
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    Juno? As in Alaska?
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    Quote Originally Posted by coaltrain View Post
    Juno? As in Alaska?
    Is there a Juno in AK? If so, that must get confusing with Juneau being the capital and all...
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    Quote Originally Posted by ilmo View Post
    Storm name.
    Huh - when did they start naming storms other than hurricanes? First I've heard of this.......
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