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    1025r made quick work of 7-8" of snow...more falling
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Tractor Guy, LLC View Post
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    1025r made quick work of 7-8" of snow...more falling
    Either you have a real steep driveway or the photo is 90 degrees off. But in all seriousness the 1 series does move snow around with no effort. I enjoy using mine.

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    Winter storm stalled out over Illinois and went straigt NNE. I'm so pissed! We went from like 6 to 8" of snow to all rain. Talk about getting your hopes up to use the RB2060 and work lights just to get nothing!!!! NOOOOOOOO
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bwalton84 View Post
    Winter storm stalled out over Illinois and went straigt NNE. I'm so pissed! We went from like 6 to 8" of snow to all rain. Talk about getting your hopes up to use the RB2060 and work lights just to get nothing!!!! NOOOOOOOO
    I'm in Holland, Michigan. We are catching your "weather event". News channel has all hands on deck. the good the bad & the ugly. people who definitely have a radio face

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    Quote Originally Posted by moontree View Post
    I'm in Holland, Michigan. We are catching your "weather event". News channel has all hands on deck. the good the bad & the ugly. people who definitely have a radio face
    Wish I could catch some of you mid-USA folk's "weather events" here in the East! It's so disappointing looking back to the '50's and '60's...

    I love it when the weather reports get nasty and the girls are wearing high boots in the studio like they're going to have to make a run for it... and the guys don't even have galoshes on!

    I totally gave up the new Weather Channel. It became a blend of "Americas Got No Talent" and "Animal Planet", I can't even get animated local radar anymore. Which is why I have a dozen radars in the computer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HydroHarold View Post
    Wish I could catch some of you mid-USA folk's "weather events" here in the East! It's so disappointing looking back to the '50's and '60's...

    I love it when the weather reports get nasty and the girls are wearing high boots in the studio like they're going to have to make a run for it... and the guys don't even have galoshes on!

    I totally gave up the new Weather Channel. It became a blend of "Americas Got No Talent" and "Animal Planet", I can't even get animated local radar anymore. Which is why I have a dozen radars in the computer.

    I use a program called Weatherbug. You can download it at Local and National Weather Conditions & Forecast - WeatherBug.com. The bad news is that I never did like the newer version, so I am still using one from 2004. It allows me to select the reporting station closest to me. I always choose to select an official reporting station and currently it shows my temp as 3 degrees F. Also, it is like so many other programs nowadays where you have to uncheck the boxes or you will get additional software you did not want.

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    Here in Metro Detroit, this 10" of wet stuff event is coming to an end. I just spent about the last 2hrs. plowing about 9" of it, that little green machine amazed me again as to how well it moved that wet stuff with loaded turf tires and no chains in high range. BTW the temp gauge runs about 1/4" above the peg in the green range, which has been the norm for me and the ambient temp was about 30F, for some of you with 1 series temp concerns.
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    I had a similar experience last Thursday and Friday with my 1025R with the 54 inch blade. WE got about 11" and I pushed that stuff all outta the way like it was no big deal.

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    We had 12" of snow and that would have no problem, but the 2 1/2' drifts were a little more work. We got it done, but it took just a little longer. I would not have been able to do it without the FEL. The 2060 blade come in handy for final clean up.

    My temp did not get up to normal but with -9 temp and -29 windchill, I kind of expected that even running for couple hours at 2500 rpm. I also put some cardboard in front of the radiator.
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    In addition to my previous post above, I added pictures of before and after of the snow storm and what the 1025R did:





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