What I did Sat night and Sunday

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  1. kingkevindavid

    kingkevindavid Full Access Member

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    Figured you guys would like to see what I was up to on Saturday night and all day Sunday. We had quite a bit of snow up here in Ma. so I got 18 1/2 hours of time plowing for the state not to mention the private stuff we have.
    We also had 18 hours of plow time for our three other trucks with the town!
    Quite a good day of work! :sweet
    I run the lead truck and you can see buy one of the pics that the snow was blinding at time. I was only able to stay on the road a couple times by looking out the side window and making sure I wasn't bouncing off the guard rails!
    Fun times indeed!
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  2. nmu1974

    nmu1974 SDD Junior Member

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    I saw a lot of your friends this weekend in Dennis, MA too. Finally a quaranteed white Christmas.
     
  3. JLDickmon

    JLDickmon ursus combibo

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    I talked with a guy at one of my fleets this morning..
    he lives in Philly and said they recorded 23" of snow over the weekend..
     
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    kingkevindavid Full Access Member

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    We had between 18"-24" with some monster drifts. The SD did a great job with all the snow, handled it like a champ. We had a pretty impressive looking fleet. My SD in my sig, Two 99 SD's with 9 foot plows and a Ford tri-axle with a 11 foot plow.
    Three trucks we have on for the town is impressive as well. Fathers '05 SD, brothers '00 SD with 9 foot plows and our Ford L9000 with a 11 foot plow on it.
     
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    Well.. Mister PSD Powered.. 9 foot Snow Plow-er Guyz ?

    This Bud'z... fer You
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    ;):):lmao
     
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  6. powerboatr

    powerboatr living well in Texas

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    :clap:

    Good to see your doing well


    http://yearinreview.yahoo.com/2009/blog/18

    el nino might be helping you with steady work:lmao:tounge
     
  7. f100cleveland

    f100cleveland When In Doubt,THROTTLE ON

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    At least you got your snow before christmass we are going to get 14-28inches with 30 mph winds between tommorow and friday. My plow rig is a 06 LT9500. looks like you had fun plus made some bucks.
     
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    no-red 6 0 Senioritis

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    king: that is why they put up guard rails.............nice shots



    f100-
    our weather forecaster guy says 4-6 on thursday and 4-6 on friday....at least that is what he said yesterday....

    local cities says 12-20" tho..........either way it is gonna suck

    this will be my home for a couple of days:dizzy
     
  9. RoyBoy

    RoyBoy Diesel Dork

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    That's all right red, you needed to get out of the house for a while :nudge

    enjoy :D
     
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    94f450sd certified nutjob

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    got any use for another 9 footer?my buddy has a 93 f350 4wd wrecker with a 9' 4 way fisher on it.and he lives in middleboro.it aint the most beautiful truck on the road but holy cow,it can push some snow!!!!
     
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