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Post up your Favorite Snow Removal equipent

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Post up your favorite snow removal equipment.  Snowplows, Snowblowers, fancy shovels, or heck, even the blowers.  What do you use to clear snow with? 

 

I have 3 snowblowers in my garage at present.  I enjoy working on snowblowers as a hobby and will find deals on snowblowers on craigs list or Facebook then turn around and resell some or keep them. 

- 2015 Ariens Platinum 30 SHO  (getting ready to sell)

- 2015 Ariens Compact 24

1988 John Deere 826

 

Pictures coming. 

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My newest piece. 2019 Caterpillar 950M with a AMI 12'-18' 6-way power angle blade with Fluid Edge(TM) floating cutting edge. 

 

Also have a 2015 John Deere 644K with a AMI 12'-18' 6-way power angle, no floating edge.

 

1998 Caterpillar 950F with a 14' Craig 2-way power angle blade with removable wing.

 

2015 John Deere 310SJ with a snow bucket

 

2015 GMC 2500 with a 8'6" Fisher stainless V-plow with a Truck-Craft dump bed/sander combo

 

1999 GMC 3500 dually diesel with a 3yd Western Tornado sander.

 

2001 Freightliner Tandem sander.

 

I can get photos of all the other stuff if necessary but this is the new pride of my fleet.  

 

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