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Souple quick pics from yesterday

Discussion in 'Equipment, Tools & Vehicle Pictures' started by Kybol, Feb 25, 2009.

  1. Kybol

    Kybol Senior Member
    from Alberta
    Messages: 116


    It was warm and crazy windy one day and drifted this road over and the next morning when we went out, I could walk on the drifts already, so the tractor could do nothing with it.. We had to get a cat in to open it back up, thats why the banks are so huge.
  2. EaTmYtAiLpIpEs

    EaTmYtAiLpIpEs 2000 Club Member
    Messages: 2,607

    wow that thing must move a lot of snow. o ya you might want to edit your title you put souple instead of couple.

    NICHOLS LANDSCA PlowSite Veteran
    Messages: 4,362

    Don't eat the YELLOW snow by the right rear tire:D
  4. Kybol

    Kybol Senior Member
    from Alberta
    Messages: 116

    Ha, I think it is just the reflection from the tire though.
  5. J&R Landscaping

    J&R Landscaping PlowSite.com Addict
    Messages: 1,202

    Nice tractor, Nice pics!
  6. augerandblade

    augerandblade PlowSite.com Addict
    Messages: 1,054

    tymusicYa got to get a snow blower cuz the more ya stack the snow, create banks the more potential for building huge snow drifts.:salute:.....................
  7. Dubliner

    Dubliner Senior Member
    Messages: 130

    How true, how true! A client asked me once how here drive(carved through the middle of a field) could drift so much in a half inch storm. I said take a half inch blowing over a thousand feet of field and you have the potential of 500 inches of snow in your drive.
  8. Kybol

    Kybol Senior Member
    from Alberta
    Messages: 116

    Yeah a blower would of been nice, but there is only a couple spots it could be used, and the rest is in the bush or muskeg. I just dont think it would make sense to buy one for a quarter mile of possible drifted road out of the probably over 100 miles we have to do.
  9. grandview

    grandview PlowSite Fanatic
    Messages: 14,609

    We all know what JD is doing right now when he saw those pictures.:nod:
  10. CityGuy

    CityGuy PlowSite Fanatic
    Messages: 17,220

    How well does that push without weight in the rear? Fluid filled tires?
  11. Kybol

    Kybol Senior Member
    from Alberta
    Messages: 116

    No fluid in the tires, we do usually have some big tires on the 3 pt hitch for a drag and I can just lift them if I need the weight, but even without it pushes good.