That looks like it should do the job moving your snow. It looks great too! IF YOU DON'T HAVE ENOUGH TO MOVE, COME OUT MY WAY TONIGHT. We in the midst of a good ol' fashioned blizzard! This afternoon on the way home in my Jeep Wrangler,I went into the ditch and had to be pulled out by my neighbor with a big pickup with a snow blade. Fortunately I had my big HD tow strap along and got out easily. Viseability and the wind was the problem. I couldn't see where I was going and the wind blew me off the road after making it through a huge 3 ft. deep drift of snow. The road was also covered with ice! Not fit for man or beast out today here. Had a hard time standing on the road in the strong wind gusting to over 50 MPH.
Winter, I love it!~
Wife can't make it home tonight so I have lots of time to surf the web etc.!
Life is good, all the animals are fed and everyone is safe around here anyway.
I'm looking for a little help with sprayers. I have a '67 or so 5a sprayer and I just picked up what I think is a 5 sprayer. It has the fixed boom and the date stamp on the engine is 1962. Is there any way to tell if this is exactly what it is? I have not been able to find a tag on it and was curious if they originally came with one? Any help is appreciated!
Lawrence, I don't know about your connecting rod, but you should start a thread in the restoration and repair section under gear drive tractors. It makes it a lot easier to follow responses as you will have a dedicated thread to your question.
John K. Ooohhh, I wish I had your set-up. That snowblower looks like it could eat my little 112 and blower..lol
Only been a member a few weeks and Im very happy to have found this site! Thanks to those who founded and those who maintain and contribute. Registering my 400 today and Im sure I will need plenty of help from all that have "been dare done dat" before me!
Thanks for the compliment - And a bigger thanks to John Moore for helping me load it up on my trailer last February. Zero degrees, stone dead battery, flat tires, wheel weights and stuck bypass valves made for a memorable time.
I too second: "Thanks to those who founded and those who maintain and contribute."
I cannot tell you how many happy hours I have spent on this site. Well run, well organized and responsive. Lovely pictures, much enjoyment, fun and laughter. Very interesting and useful information, particularly to me in "remote" South Africa. The (unbelievable) 10,000 certainly came up quickly. Here's to the future:Long live this site!!
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