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Discussion in 'Heavy Equipment & Pavement' started by PTSolutions, Feb 15, 2010.
Unless you are getting paid by the hour, you need to sped the money and get a snow bucket on that 100.
im planning on it, along with an arctic sectional.
this is our church, its a seasonal acct. so i just decided to come by and make some more room for the snow we are supposed to get. we just ran it a couple hours maybe.
although it did cost me, the lower radiator hose was rubbing against the water pump housing and developed a leak. called the parts place and they want like 130 bucks for that hose!
I heard something squeaky in the loader!
having a little trouble with that last big clump of snow
thats my brother...lol, the left side has a bad idler, like really loose, thats been making the noise. its coming time to grease it again, but its only been used maybe 3-5 times since its snowed, i dont use it for snow clearing duties yet, just playing around and knocking back piles.
haha, i was laughing at him, he shouldve just dropped the loader arms.
How do those tracks work in the snow? Somebody told me not to get one with tracks because they are not good in the snow.