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1336i - Moving some real snow finally (Vid)



Got to move some real snow finally yesterday. 12-24" of wind blown powder. Very pleased with the snow throwing distance (no mods on this machine) as I was having to fire it almost right over the house. I have been breaking track wheel shear pins semi-regularly, but other than that the machine has given me no more issues after our initial growing pains! Bit of a bear to get loaded into the pickup though, flipped it backwards as my ramps are a tad short (its 550+ lb.) but loading backwards helps.
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@Munshaw,

I have seen the foldable aluminum ramps at Harbor Freight that look like they would work on a pickup fine.

I have an aluminum 5x8 trailer, so my home made ramps don't need any height. My 1 inch oak boards with 1/4 mesh screwed on work fine.

https://www.harborfreight.com/1400-l...two-63772.html
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@Munshaw,

I have seen the foldable aluminum ramps at Harbor Freight that look like they would work on a pickup fine.

I have an aluminum 5x8 trailer, so my home made ramps don't need any height. My 1 inch oak boards with 1/4 mesh screwed on work fine.

https://www.harborfreight.com/1400-l...two-63772.html

Yeah I don't plan on having this truck much longer, or moving the blower often otherwise I'd get new ramps. Trading in a lifted F150 with 35" tires for a Tacoma and a small utility trailer with ramps, so it should be a non-issue going forward.
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My son has a Tacoma with 200,000 miles, still running strong ..
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Nice! They definitely move snow in a hurry and far.

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