The newest one that I did, his snowblower isn't working and the guy who was suppose to fix never picked it up and never called back.I bet the neighbors appreciated that. This has been some warm weather for January. It looks to get a little colder her but nothing that bad for the time of year it is.
We'll be putting in some Beech and Sugar Maple tomorrow and I picked up another six bags of pellets. We have another 10 bags left out of 50 and with the six I picked up today, we have ten here.Depending on how it comes through we should have close to that. Going to be cold for a few days.
We're in for single digits at night for most of this week, not bad for our area in February. I'm still burning down coals and will have a load of ashes so it will be the pellet stove for the overnight heat.We have just been getting a dusting here and there. Temps have not been horrible. Yesterday we had sunny and 25, doesn't seem like much but the sun warms the house enough for the furnace to not come on and the upstairs stove to almost die out. Today not as pleasant, snowy and cloudy, and colder only 15 out. I'm glad I filled the garage back up yesterday.
I got the rear duo grips, they are extremely aggressive and create a poor ride when your on hard pack with no snow or ice, you will literally shake any fillings out of your teeth with themI was just looking to get a descent set for the rear tires. I don't want to destroy my yard but I figured a nice set will give me the traction I need to get up the incline without having to spin out or get a running start. kennyp2339 you have any suggestions? What do you have on your tractor?
Thats why I recommend calling ahead, they know there tire chains over there and can set you up better then trying to figure it out on the website, also the site says certain things are out of stock when sometimes there in-stock, best to call, have your tire sizes at the ready.