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Old 02-04-2010, 03:34 PM
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Like a tank actually and I don't have chains. That storm, pictured, dumped 24" of snow on us and I had no issues. Loaded, I'd say I'm probably around 24,000 lbs......
The storm on Dec. 19 was a dry, light, powdery snow, with a dewpoint of zero.

The snow predicted for tomorrow night and saturday is supposed to be a WET snowfall

I've always plowed with 4wd trucks with mud and snow tires. I'm considering selling our F-650 and getting a small dump truck. I'd be curious if you notice any difference in pushing / and controlling the truck (heavy, deep, wet snows somtimes push a 4wd to the side when plowing) with this heavier snow.





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