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 10-17-2004, 19:56 Post: 98595
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Drove through the first snow storm of the year this weekend. October 17th seems a little early. Wet, but accumulating up to three inches on the grass. Time to dust off the winter gear and start treating the fue differently. Here we go again !!






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 10-18-2004, 08:13 Post: 98619
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Where did you find snow this past weekend? Was in Oscoda this weekend and the rain seemed a little hard but no snow. The weekend before last I rented a cabin (Yule Log Cabins) on the Lake Superior shoreline in Christmas (about 400 yards from the casino). They were as warm there as downstate. Was peak color in U.P. that weekend-nice!






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 10-18-2004, 10:03 Post: 98632
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It spat snow in Swartz Creek, MI. This weekend.






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 10-18-2004, 10:22 Post: 98635
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Alan,
I had no idea you were so close. Over in Davison we only got bb sized hail, no snow that I saw. A friend was up near Cadilac fishing over the weekend and he said they had 1" on the grass.
Glad you got the fuse issue resolved.
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 10-18-2004, 10:25 Post: 98636
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Hi David,
Thanks. It was driving me nuts because I couldn't come up with any logical reason why it wasn't working. What equipment do you have?
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 10-18-2004, 10:34 Post: 98637
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Alan,
I just bought a bx2230 with fel, 60" mmm and rear blade.
So far I love it. I hope to get by without the snow blower, but with 800' of drive way, that may not happen.
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 10-18-2004, 10:42 Post: 98638
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Hi David,
I don't know a lot about the Kubota's but my brother bought his about 6 months ago and he really like it too. I don't know if you are looking at a Kubota blower or a 3 point rear blower but I would look at TSC, I have been buying attachments from them for my JD855 and I am pretty happy with their stuff (assembling kind of sucks though). They seem to be more reasonably priced in the skeem of things.
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 10-18-2004, 11:21 Post: 98640
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Alan,
Thanks for the advice. Several posters here have mentioned them. There's one in Lapeer that I keep meaning to stop at and check out what they have. Just haven't had time lately.
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s chrand: "I hope to get by without the snow blower, but with 800' of drive way, that may not happen."

The front Kubota snowthrower is expensive, but it is of the highest quality and you will not be disappointed.

IMHO a rear blower on a BX without the turning seat, or other means of rearward visability is literally a pain in the neck. If you get the front mount, you will still be able to use the rear blade.






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AV8R,
I agree that a rear mount snow blower would be a pain in the neck, and after thinking about it, it's not an option. But at $3K for the front blower, that's probably not an option either! Like I said originally though, hopefully I'll be able to get by with the fel and rear blade. I'm not too particular how it looks, as long as my wife doesn't get stuck. (of course now I have something to pull her out with!)
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