dbert how close are you to hitting the snow for a test??
Thanks for asking Hanky
We hit 60º here this week. December. Seriously. I should go mow the lawn.
Our licence plates say "greatest snow on earth". Puh!
I'm more or less ready.
I have some new LED lights (just like Yanmar Ronin's) I plan to to install still. The light itself will only take moments to install, but I want to relocate the original switch from being right next to the light, back to the control panel. The switch I have for it needs a large rectangular hole, so there needs to be a bit of drilling and filing in the sheet metal for the switch opening, along with some wire harness modification for this.
The chute crank is not installed but will only take moments. I realized a small bushing for the chute crank has been missing at the bracket by the operator. If I don't manage to find a bushing before the snow actually falls, I can install the crank without the bushing. It's one cotter pin and its connected.