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I too am waiting. Being on the severe weather team at work I have to remove snow from walks, parking, and truck lot areas when it snows (we run 24/7). Just got in a truck load of ice/snow melt. Got a new sidexside with blade this summer to help out. That complements our plow truck and deere backhoe.
 

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Its 50 degrees here in Wisconsin today & I'm in no hurry for snow. By all means you can keep your snow up there in Canada. 😁 😆
 

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Im waiting on some parts to get made at work so I can convert my not quick hitch ready back blade into a quick hitch ready back blade. I also have some handles/mirror mounts being made that I would really like to have before I have to plow snow. I can make due with what I have, But parts should be done early next week. So fingers crossed, snow holds off here for a week or so. Nice looking set up you have there tho.
 

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Its 50 degrees here in Wisconsin today & I'm in no hurry for snow. By all means you can keep your snow up there in Canada. 😁 😆
We will get ours:)
Just got my Sprinter back from the shop. Going to pick up my CTA 60" plow. That and my 54" blower should be able to handle our snow. Grew up in WI, left in '83. This is my first year back. Spent my time in NC, AR, and WA. Slowly getting reacclimated
 

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They’re calling for about 5cm of snow here today. Anxiously waiting… View attachment 814318
We got quite a nice dump north of Toronto on Monday and overnight. It let me get my first real practice in with the rear blower and using the loader with Edge Tamers up front. Went extremely well overall!

"Big one" is inevitably coming of course.....
 

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We will get ours:)
Just got my Sprinter back from the shop. Going to pick up my CTA 60" plow. That and my 54" blower should be able to handle our snow. Grew up in WI, left in '83. This is my first year back. Spent my time in NC, AR, and WA. Slowly getting reacclimated
Well welcome back. Ya I live in the West central part of the state in Trempeleau county. I know it will come eventualy. But in no hurry to see it. Just enjoying the beautiful weather were having for as long as we can. Cuz when it does come it will come in with a bang along with the deep freeze temps.
 

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We got quite a nice dump north of Toronto on Monday and overnight. It let me get my first real practice in with the rear blower and using the loader with Edge Tamers up front. Went extremely well overall!

"Big one" is inevitably coming of course.....
Where are you located? I’m near Barrie and we only had a few inches here
 

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Where are you located? I’m near Barrie and we only had a few inches here
West of Collingwood. It might as well be a completely different weather zone. You know your turn is coming.

Barrie area usually gets more than we do. But I'm pulling for both of us to just get enough to have fun with our green machines.
 

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West of Collingwood. It might as well be a completely different weather zone. You know your turn is coming.

Barrie area usually gets more than we do. But I'm pulling for both of us to just get enough to have fun with our green machines.
You guys get "real" snow up there. I'm down in Woodstock, and ours is usually more wet/slush about 8 hours after it snows and is a pain to blow and get looking nice!
 

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Haha yeah kinda I want to use my tractor but don’t really want to deal with snow you keep it
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It looks like the top flap is unzipped and the barn door is open............time for some fender washers and get that snugged back up before the snow pushes under it and over the blade...........we can't have that........ (y) ;)
 

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It looks like the top flap is unzipped and the barn door is open............time for some fender washers and get that snugged back up before the snow pushes under it and over the blade...........we can't have that........ (y) ;)
Yeah I’ve been meaning to put a pice of flat stock there as I’m not impressed with how it’s working right now it works well but riping
 
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