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Old 01-28-2011, 11:27 AM   #11
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Chap, is your orange? and i see Charlies is red both cool colors. Here in Maryland i am surprised that we don't have a purple one for the Ravens.
After this year's performance I'd be worried it would work well for 3/4 of the time I used it!
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Old 01-28-2011, 11:29 AM   #12
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That looks like it would do the trick. Heated handles? Man that's got to be nice.
I don't believe I could handle living in the type climate you guys experience.

I should be ashamed for telling you this, especially with the weather conditions your experiencing right now, but it's a little after 10 am, 54 and should reach near 70 today and tomorrow. That's unusally warm this time of year.

I'm headed out in a couple of minutes to "play" with the trailer. Probably will give it a good washing this afternoon.

Stay safe and warm.
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Gary, that's nice our day is coming and by the way thanks for the warm thoughts i will think 70 the next time i am blowing snow....Have a good one.
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Old 01-28-2011, 11:40 AM   #13
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Chap, is your orange? and i see Charlies is red both cool colors. Here in Maryland i am surprised that we don't have a purple one for the Ravens.
They should make PINK ones so the DW can do it Come to think of it they could do a whole range in PINK, log splitters, cement mixers, mowers
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Old 01-28-2011, 04:29 PM   #14
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Just thought I might "rub it in" some more.
I got through washing the trailer at 2:30 pm, 71 and sunny.
The high gloss finnish sure looks nice. The pics don't show it very well, but here's a few anyways.
Wade, maybe these pics will help warm you up some.
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Old 01-28-2011, 06:43 PM   #15
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We are just outside of (25 miles) opf Buffalo. I believe we will have a continous snowfall until May, which brings me to my question; As a new RV owner (will be picking up May 14th) what is the best way to "co0ver" in the winter? I have a large garage but did not anticipate ever having an RV so I built with a 10 foot door. I have heard covers trap moisture and cause havoc, Now looking at carports and then would add a cover also. Thoughts on this???
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My vote is no cover (so far). I do cover the air conditioner to keep leaves and such out. The camper does get dirty, but it is easy to clean. Inspecting the roof and interior through the winter is easier uncovered as well.
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Old 01-28-2011, 09:06 PM   #17
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i don't have a picture of mine but it has helped me move tons of snow over the years i bought it back in 91 for 575 dollars 10 hp 34 inch cut that thing would trow snow 30 ft into the air i have been babying it along for the last coupl years but it will still start with 1 pull and still beats pushing snow
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Old 01-28-2011, 09:32 PM   #18
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Just thought I might "rub it in" some more.
I got through washing the trailer at 2:30 pm, 71 and sunny.
The high gloss finnish sure looks nice. The pics don't show it very well, but here's a few anyways.
Wade, maybe these pics will help warm you up some.
Gary, you sure do know how to rub it in. I see you have no snow that makes me warm enough and your camper looks great.
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Gary, you sure do know how to rub it in. I see you have no snow that makes me warm enough and your camper looks great.
I'm enjoying it now, but by Sunday evening it's going to start turning colder with a forecast of rain. It will continue to get colder and by Tuesday a good chance of snow!

If I can make it up your way do you think I could borrow that snow blower? I gotta try out those heated handles!

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i don't have a picture of mine but it has helped me move tons of snow over the years i bought it back in 91 for 575 dollars 10 hp 34 inch cut that thing would trow snow 30 ft into the air i have been babying it along for the last coupl years but it will still start with 1 pull and still beats pushing snow

No pics? OK, but what color is it?
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I'm enjoying it now, but by Sunday evening it's going to start turning colder with a forecast of rain. It will continue to get colder and by Tuesday a good chance of snow!

If I can make it up your way do you think I could borrow that snow blower? I gotta try out those heated handles!

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i don't have a picture of mine but it has helped me move tons of snow over the years i bought it back in 91 for 575 dollars 10 hp 34 inch cut that thing would trow snow 30 ft into the air i have been babying it along for the last coupl years but it will still start with 1 pull and still beats pushing snow

No pics? OK, but what color is it?
Gary,yes you can, and i will make sure you have a full tank of gas in the snow blower and no need to bring gloves.
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