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Old 04-20-2010, 11:10 PM
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no hes driving it over there. no sarcasm
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Old 04-20-2010, 11:11 PM
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Too dam cold. I dont mind getting up to do it. Its the 10 degree weather and frostbite.
I see what you mean... I plow with my uncle in a truck but I also use our JD 990 for quite a bit to... Cold sucks but I love plowing.
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no hes driving it over there. no sarcasm
Exactly. I dont think the Z would fit in the truck? LOL.


I got more pics but uploading them sucks so Ill get them tomorrow.
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Old 04-20-2010, 11:14 PM
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no offence man but thats not bad. ive been sunk down to the axle and had to use the truck to pull out. that didnt look to bad. maybe its the pic, maybe its the mower
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Old 04-20-2010, 11:17 PM
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no offence man but thats not bad. ive been sunk down to the axle and had to use the truck to pull out. that didnt look to bad. maybe its the pic, maybe its the mower
Well it was taken with my Blackberry. It was covering half the tire. Water filled it soon as I got pulled out. My tires caked and i was screwed.
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Old 04-20-2010, 11:18 PM
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at least it wasnt in a yard and on the side of a highway where noone could care less. it really sucks being stuck at a customers house. then diving the truck on the lawn. its really emabrrising
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at least it wasnt in a yard and on the side of a highway where noone could care less. it really sucks being stuck at a customers house. then diving the truck on the lawn. its really emabrrising
That would be one of my worst nightmares.
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its awefull. and neighbors start watching! its not good.
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Old 04-20-2010, 11:24 PM
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Exactly. I dont think the Z would fit in the truck? LOL.


I got more pics but uploading them sucks so Ill get them tomorrow.
I guess you are right I use to walk my ferris or exmark to jobs with in .5 of a mile (I did not like to talk them far in fear or breaking down and having no transportation for it) before I had my trailer other wise I would just have the 21s if I was going any farther. I wish I had a truck though I think I will get one either late this season or next spring
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