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    Quote Originally Posted by 98Chevy2500 View Post
    Sweet machine! Looks similar to the old BC articulated loaders.
    Thanks! The motor and pumps are under the cab on this one.
    If you cant run with the big dogs, then stay on the porch!!!

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    Now that's a game changer. Hope it works well for you. (:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Landgreen View Post
    Now that's a game changer. Hope it works well for you. (:
    Works great. Sounds like you could use somthing like it.
    If you cant run with the big dogs, then stay on the porch!!!

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    I didn't get any pic's and I don't have the wings on yet, but for the first time in three year's I got to operate this thing with the plow on it.
    Very impressed. I've operated it before then with a box but this little plow really true'ly holds it's weight in gold on this machine. 8.5" of wet heavy blue snow. Never had any traction issue's, plenty of speed to roll it with lots of wind rowing, option for down pressure to back drag was the cat's meow and still the versatility to scoop and relocate plus stack was out standing. It was also great being able to use down pressure when needed to scrape up hard pack, scoop it and relocate it all with the same tool. the days of carrying both bucket & box are gone for good. It won't hold as much as the box but for versatility it way out way's it during daytime business hour events. I may not put the wings on, we had just enough space between parked car's in most the plaza's to squeek through with out taking any mirrors off.
    I give it A+++. I recommend it highly for anybody looking for more option's than just a straight blade or a box.
    If you cant run with the big dogs, then stay on the porch!!!

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    Awesome!!! Glad to hear you got some snow too!

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    I have a smaller loader that is similar that i use to load salt......I really like what you did with this one.

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    If you cant run with the big dogs, then stay on the porch!!!

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    If you cant run with the big dogs, then stay on the porch!!!

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