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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by N&CLandscaping, Feb 24, 2008.
pic from the other nights storm in Newton MA
How many inches did you guys end up getting. Were I was the accumulation varied from town to town between 3 - 5 inches total before turning to rain. I had more to push in Warwick then in Cranston, Its usually just the opposite.
We probably got around 6 inches or a little less. That truck you see in the pic was the second truck I had to use. The first truck (1996 F350 Dump) died. The belt came loose off the alternator, so the trucks steering locked up and I lost the breaks. I took this truck while the other guy went back with the tow truck to the shop. He came back with the F750 w/ the bobcat and I used that the rest of the night...Ill put some more pics up soon.
We didnt really get any rain...It was snow for a LONG time lol
What model bobcat do you have?
Yea we got waves of heavy snow through out the day and then around 1-2ish it went to freezing rain. I was in Warwick at 8:30pm and it was raining pretty good. The forecast was way off. Are snow started at like 4 am. I wasn't planning for it to hit until 10 am.
Its a 753 w/ High Heat.. I had to open the windows it got so hot lol
Nice pics. Kinda surprised your back...
Witch one do you like better for plowing the truck or the skid steer.