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Has this ever happen to you?

Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by METRO 36, Dec 1, 2005.

  1. METRO 36

    METRO 36 LawnSite Senior Member
    Messages: 324

    Thought i would sharpen my blade's this afternoon. and i could not get my metro 36 to move it was froze to the ground. We had a fair amount of snow last week and it melted and left puddle's everywhere.then tuesday it got cold and started snowing ( and hasn't stopped yet or got warmer). Any way i have three shed's i store my equipment in one of them doesn't have a floor in it. Which usally isnt a big deal but apparently when snow melt's and turn's into water run's under the wall and refreeze's 3-4 inche's thick around the tire's of your mower it become's a problem.Used a kersoen shop heater to bail out my mower. Just thought id pass that along.(good thing my snowblower wasn't in there lol):blob3:

    Oh yeah took 4 hour's to defrost my floor so i could get my mower out.

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