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    All ready for winter

    Got the tractor all ready for winter. Front end loader, snow blower, terra grips, shovels all installed and my home made water catch all ready to go.
    Now just waiting for the snow
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    Nice looking setup! Nice looking garage too! Is that ice chopper going to clear your door opening?
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    Nice setup,I never seen Terra grips on the front,good idea.
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    Sweet looking machine. ! What brand of valve did you use for the rear SCV's ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by gls1320 View Post
    Sweet looking machine. ! What brand of valve did you use for the rear SCV's ?
    Not sure the brand. I found it on ebay. works great
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    Quote Originally Posted by TJR345 View Post
    Nice setup,I never seen Terra grips on the front,good idea.
    I ran with just the rear one year. unstoppable with them in the front too

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    Quote Originally Posted by OxPath View Post
    Nice looking setup! Nice looking garage too! Is that ice chopper going to clear your door opening?
    Ha, the ice chopper is for scrapping the outdoor rink I make for the kids
    I should make a Zamboni attachment for this thing!
    Just waiting for it to get cold enough now to put the liner and boards in, then fill it.
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    That is one sharp looking snow fighting machine Gooch. Thanks for the pics.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ColonyPark View Post
    That is one sharp looking snow fighting machine Gooch. Thanks for the pics.
    Best purchase I ever made. I love the thing way more than I should. Super interesting figuring out how it all works and this forum is a huge help to me!

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    Water catch? Do you not have a floor drain in the garage?
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