Cutting in the snow

PapaDave Posted By PapaDave, Dec 9, 2012 at 11:26 PM

  1. albert1029

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    I'll work in anything up to 6"...love frozen ground to work on...I agree, working in the snow = eat a good breakfast...good pictures...
     
  2. amateur cutter

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    Cut a lot of fence rows in the winter. More than a foot of snow, & it gets tough getting in & out. Nice thing is, no trails, tip the trees out into the pasture limb & buck, split & load. A bright sunny winter day @ 20 to 25 degrees with no wind is as good as it gets for me. Sadly, we get very few of those here. I'm tired of the 35* damp, cloudy, crap. A C
     
  3. TreePointer

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    Yeah, that "no wind" is the key in really cold temps.





























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    Cut a lot of fence rows in the winter. More than a foot of snow, & it gets tough [/quote]

     
  4. Gasifier

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    I use to like to use this. 1972 Pinzgauer. Then I sold it. :(

    Then this Ford. I put F-250 springs in it. It was a 150, but I liked to load it up a bit. ;)

    Then the 3/4 Ton J-20 with plow and winch. Should a held on to that as well.

    I had fun working and playing with them though. ;lol
     

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