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No snow in sight

Discussion in 'Commercial Snow Removal' started by Santa, Dec 30, 2001.

  1. Santa

    Santa Junior Member
    Messages: 14

    Look's like another week with no snow. Anyone here in connecticut that want's to get together for coffee, trade stories, check out other contractor's shop's/garage's and equipment E-mail me.

    Happy New Year To ALL !!!!!

  2. JCurtis

    JCurtis Banned
    Messages: 862

    Hey Santa... I am mad at you!!!

    I asked you for a new fully optioned Black Duramax Diesel, with Allison Trans, Whelen 12 strobe Lightbar.

    I was a good boy, honest I was

    All I got was snow tires for my Blazer.

    Can I put my order in early for next year!!!!!!
  3. sonjaab

    sonjaab PlowSite.com Addict
    Messages: 1,425

    Hey Guys, Well NO snow at Hannibal yet!
    Just green grass and I am 4 miles from
    Lake Ontario ! We are usually buried by
    now with lake effect.
    My place in Alexandria Bay NY (US-Canada border)
    90 miles north is gettin CLOBBERED ! Another foot last night.
    Got about 2 ft. plus since x-mas.
    Watertown and tug hill plateau gots lots more !
    My bud has been plowing for me up there !
    But bad news he popped out a axle my other bud
    is stuck in a snow bank waiting for a pull out !
    (first timers...lol).
    So I am packed and heading there shortly !
    OH BOY ...Get to use my new rig and plow!!!!!
    FINALLY !!!!!!............................geo
  4. sonjaab

    sonjaab PlowSite.com Addict
    Messages: 1,425

    Just got a phone call........PLEASE bring a couple of
    pressure hoses for a western and a hitch pin and a
    couple of lock pins and a extra skid shoe !!!!!!!!
    Man i am so glad i bought that western parts pack
    when i bought my first western 10 yrs ago.
    What a life saver at 4 am ! I keep all those
    goodies in my truck along with a jumper box,
    chains, headlights,and my trusty electric come
    a long !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!.........Geo

    Farm and country stores carry a lot of that stuff !
  5. 75

    75 PlowSite.com Addict
    Messages: 1,382

    Always good to carry that stuff with you. I got new hoses made for my plow this summer, so the old ones (all 5 of 'em) which were still OK are in the cab as spares, along with a bunch of other goodies.

    Other, more major stuff such as a spare alternator I have at the shop - I don't get more than a few miles away when plowing, so any of the more "serious" repairs that may come up are done indoors.