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So we got about 3 inches in the DC Metro area yesterday and then it got pretty chilly, in the 20's here. We have capable cars but I figured I'd pull out the snow blower and get him ready with gas etc. (he has been patiently waiting with new oil and some dust for this moment).

I wasn't disappointed, only that it would have been easier to get it out of the shed by daylight on the weekend before this storm.

When the tank is empty, oil is fresh, and the maintenance is done it makes it so easy to just gas and go.

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Guys and Girls

So we got about 3 inches in the DC Metro area yesterday and then it got pretty chilly, in the 20's here. We have capable cars but I figured I'd pull out the snow blower and get him ready with gas etc. (he has been patiently waiting with new oil and some dust for this moment).

When the tank is empty, oil is fresh, and the maintenance is done it makes it so easy to just gas and go.

QuickRick
Preventative maintenance is the key. Too bad so many don't do it..

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Preventative maintenance is the key. Too bad so many don't do it..
Very true.

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