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Discussion in 'Commercial Snow Removal' started by ProSno, Apr 7, 2003.

  1. ProSno

    ProSno Senior Member
    Messages: 257

    Two days pulling out snow plows and sanders - 7 coffees/breakfast for the help and 12 pack 47.54

    Fuel up equipment, haul equipment to sites 367.41

    Looking like a dummy when storm gets down graded to nothing PRICELESS
  2. SnoFoilFisher21

    SnoFoilFisher21 Member
    Messages: 65

    OOOOO man that sucks!! i feel very bad for you!! i had to pull all of my stuff out yesterday but it actually snowed!!:D i feel for u

  3. bwamx

    bwamx Member
    Messages: 30

    There is help for your Problems!:D

    Stay out of Chili's it will be cheeper!

    Yea you can put the chain away now !
  4. Snoworks

    Snoworks Senior Member
    Messages: 466

    ProSno - LMAO, I hate when that happens.

    Chuck B.
  5. sno-mover

    sno-mover Senior Member
    Messages: 274

    Ha Ha :D Its been too warm around here for anything to stick to the ground.They were talking 6+ here:rolleyes:
  6. drobson

    drobson Senior Member
    Messages: 112

    Well, it didn't cost me anything, but I had to move the trailer out to get at the plow, but had to have the power steering line fixed first in the truck. Then had to put the trailer back in after the plow is on the truck. Boy do I hate backing up a trailer with the plow on the truck... And no snow...
  7. litle green guy

    litle green guy Senior Member
    Messages: 279

    We also spent all day sunday getting the plows back out and getting stuff together... but we got 6" :D
  8. JCurtis

    JCurtis Banned
    Messages: 862

    As ol' Willie Shakespeare once wrote....

    "A Much Ado about Nothing"

    They were calling for 6" to 10" across my area .....

    I'm lucky if I got 2 inches on the grass, most of the driveways and lots were warm enough to stay almost completely clean...

    Until the freezing drizzle started that is.... well at least we got a few salt applications in.
  9. cat320

    cat320 2000 Club Member
    Messages: 2,222

    this was a dud of a storm almost could of got away with out putting the plow on .
  10. drobson

    drobson Senior Member
    Messages: 112

    Same here cat320, I only had 2 accounts that I had to do this morning... Was not worth the hassle...
  11. DanG

    DanG Senior Member
    Messages: 240

    Did two of mine this morning, Had maybe 2 1/2 " total and most of it melted off to nothing once the sun came out. But they called wanting it done so payup :D
    makes for some extra money this time of year.

  12. SLC1

    SLC1 Senior Member
    Messages: 242

    We got an entire plowing of the route in and also had to salt every account. Not bad for April, already had one salt event earlier this month, Was very icy this morning. Oh well looks like another salt run tomorrow. Hope every one made out alright.
  13. L.I.Mike

    L.I.Mike Senior Member
    Messages: 364

    Here in Suffolk Long Island we had 4" of slush. Had the whole route done in 3 hours. Broke a front hub so I plowed in 2 wheel drive. Today it is almost all gone.