Now where are those knobby tires ?

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REAR
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Now where are those knobby tires ?

Post by REAR » Tue Dec 01, 2020 9:45 am

I think the season is officially over..... :cry:

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ted johnson
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Re: Now where are those knobby tires ?

Post by ted johnson » Tue Dec 01, 2020 4:33 pm

Hey, Bobby! You oughta be here. I've been working on Charlie's 700. Garage door open, tee shirt. Sun is a bit pale, but is still shining. :D Ted

REAR
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Re: Now where are those knobby tires ?

Post by REAR » Tue Dec 01, 2020 6:19 pm

Teddy,

Wish I was there. This shit has been coming down all day and now I broke the drive belt on my snowblower.

Oh well there's that old saying..... If your not smart enough to move away from it, don't bitch about it.

Take care...Bob

ted johnson
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Re: Now where are those knobby tires ?

Post by ted johnson » Wed Dec 02, 2020 9:05 am

Yeah, Bob, I remember! I got fed up with the snow and the political issues in Wisconsin. Where'd I end up? Illinois, Indiana, Idaho, Washington..... Around here, if the temp goes below 60, folks are wearing jackets and flannel shirts! Ted

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Re: Now where are those knobby tires ?

Post by Mark Loraine » Wed Dec 02, 2020 7:49 pm

hey Bob, I recommend a kevlar re-enforced belt for the snowblower, especially if its the auger belt, I was going through them until I switched and it not only lasted but I went 2 years without having to adjust the tension.
I saw all those youtube posts of Ohio's storms and you really got hammered, here in SWNY it snowed about 4-5 inches and wasnt what they hyped it to be.
Regards,
Mark L.

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