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Old 01-29-2011, 08:26 AM   #21
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Sweet lookn' trailer, Gary. Mine is going to keep the black streaks until I get the water hoses thawed out.
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Old 01-29-2011, 09:16 AM   #22
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Sweet lookn' trailer, Gary. Mine is going to keep the black streaks until I get the water hoses thawed out.
Thanks Chap. So far, I'm really happy with the trailer.

I've got a pretty good outdoor fan. I'll try pointing it your way and set it on high. Maybe some of these warmer temps will make it up to you and help thaw out that hose!

There was only one black streak close to the rear awning brackett. It cleaned off easy with the regular wash, so I didn't need to use any black streak remover. I'm not sure if this is because I've only owned the trailer 2 months or because of the high gloss finish. Maybe a little of both.

Wade, sorry about hijacking your thread.
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Old 01-29-2011, 09:16 AM   #23
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Gary nice looking trailer, nice and clean. Can you send some of that warm weather this way. We suppose to have a few snow shoers today but another storm coming Tuesday-Wednesday!!
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Old 01-29-2011, 09:20 AM   #24
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Gary nice looking trailer, nice and clean. Can you send some of that warm weather this way. We suppose to have a few snow shoers today but another storm coming Tuesday-Wednesday!!
Thanks, Charlie. I just got through answering Chap's post, so I'll do same for you. I'll point that fan your way.

My F-250 Weather Alert Center showed a high of 74 yesterday and should get just as warm today!
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Old 01-30-2011, 08:37 AM   #25
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Thanks Chap. So far, I'm really happy with the trailer.

I've got a pretty good outdoor fan. I'll try pointing it your way and set it on high. Maybe some of these warmer temps will make it up to you and help thaw out that hose!

There was only one black streak close to the rear awning brackett. It cleaned off easy with the regular wash, so I didn't need to use any black streak remover. I'm not sure if this is because I've only owned the trailer 2 months or because of the high gloss finish. Maybe a little of both.

Wade, sorry about hijacking your thread.
Gary, hijacking the thread is no problem just put the fan on extra high if the warm weather gets to Charlie then i should fell it, Charlie and i are about 20 mins away from each other.
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Old 01-30-2011, 08:51 AM   #26
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We have a 16 year old Craftsman, with track drive. You can engage a foot 'lock' that puts the weight of the front DOWN, to scrape the hardened snow or ice. 8 HP 26" cut

It's is built like a tank, and pulls like one...






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I know it is off the wall, but we had an 8" snowfall here in the North/East yesterday and it is snowing again right now.
I bought a new snowblower before Thankgiving and got to use it yesterday for the first time, It works great. The snow that fell was wet and the snowblower was blowing approx 40'.

I have 40' openning to my driveway and the snow plows like to pile the snow up in front of my driveway....No more hours of digging, i blow it right back at them.

I hope that anyone that needed one got them before they were gone, and around here they were gone by Christmas.
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Old 01-30-2011, 09:16 AM   #27
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Gary, hijacking the thread is no problem just put the fan on extra high if the warm weather gets to Charlie then i should fell it, Charlie and i are about 20 mins away from each other.
Wade, it's 8:15 am, cloudy, 39 and falling.
I didn't mean to send all this warm weather your way. Maybe I set the fan on too high of a setting?

Oh well. You, Charlie and Chap can thank me when it gets there!
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We appreciate you sending the warm air this way, Gary. It is supposed to be near 50 today !!

Many thanks.
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We have a 16 year old Craftsman, with track drive. You can engage a foot 'lock' that puts the weight of the front DOWN, to scrape the hardened snow or ice. 8 HP 26" cut

It's is built like a tank, and pulls like one...
wayne1, do you have a pic you can post?
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Wade, it's 8:15 am, cloudy, 39 and falling.
I didn't mean to send all this warm weather your way. Maybe I set the fan on too high of a setting?

Oh well. You, Charlie and Chap can thank me when it gets there!
Gary, thanks now we can wash our campers, when we are done we will send it back to you.......after the snow melts
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