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|12-31-2011 02:13 PM|
|Vingino's||Happy New Year to all!!! I finally logged onto the site. I am a wannabe newbie who has wanted to push snow forever. I caught a post awhile back against plowing with the IFS GM pick-ups. I own an '88 GMC half ton, rebuilt trans, rust free frame, strong running 350 engine. Should I even think about plowing residential driveways and perhaps small parking lots, or save my money for a more stout capable vehicle? Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks, I hope this shows up where it's supposed to.|
|12-28-2009 03:31 PM|
Originally Posted by charliesfleet View Post
|12-28-2009 12:16 PM|
Charlie with Charliesfleet
Cool site Hea just wanted to say Ive been plowing for years and I plow even though I'm in a wheelchair. Ive been paralyzed for 30 years .I run an emergency road service auto and truck repair.I sold my last snow plow truck two years ago and thought I would get out of the business. Then I had an idea. Why don't I invent a plow for use with a wheelchair.So I did.Check This out a special plow that allows someone in a power chair to get through and beyond the snow. This thing is incredible.Works better than i ever dreamed. google snowplowing wheelchair.
|12-24-2009 03:12 PM|
Originally Posted by mongoose View Post
|12-24-2009 02:46 PM|
Hi all! This is my 2nd season plowing and I wish I had found this site last year!
I am located in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, I have an 03 chev 2500 and a 9' western plow and up untill now it has been tough to get the info I have needed, I also have a 743 bobcat and am now looking for a backup truck. My savings for my 2nd truck were slightly dpleted on the first snow this year when my truck started making horrible noises in 4wd, I now intimately know what a transfer case and front differential are AND cost!
Looking forward to getting to know you all here!
|02-09-2009 05:29 PM|
Originally Posted by Holder C4.74 View Post
You are very fortunate to live there, I was lucky enough to visit there back in '88 and loved it. Unfortunately, it was summertime.
PS Your English is just fine.
|02-09-2009 05:24 PM|
|Landgreen||Welcome!. Great pictures. Quite the backdrop. Keep posting them if you have more. Will be interested in hearing more about snow removal in your part of the world.|
|02-09-2009 02:35 PM|
|BWhite||Welcome ! Great to have another snowy part of the worlds perspective about Plowing !|
|02-09-2009 02:21 PM|
Just take a look at the index page you find by clicking the logo in the upper left corner of each page. There you'll see a listing of forums, just choose the one that your pictures best fit, in this case "Plowing with Equipment" would probably be best. When in doubt, post in "Snowplowing Discussions" and we can move it if necessary.
That's an interesting machine, how about starting a thread in "Plowing With Equipment" about it?
|02-09-2009 01:48 PM|
Thx for the warm welcome here.
I can tell you that we have the same problems here, like it is for you. Cars at wrong places, high costs and low paying.
Sure i will post some pictures but first i have to find the right place to post them.
I will post 2 of the equipment that i am working with. Maybe someone can tell me where to post more, i hope to find the right place soon.
btw: sorry if my english isn't perfect
|02-07-2009 03:58 PM|
Originally Posted by Holder C4.74 View Post
|02-07-2009 03:44 PM|
Welcome to Lets Talk Snow!!
It will be interesting to hear your experiences in snow removal as well!
|02-07-2009 02:09 PM|
Hello to all of you
First i have to say you have a great site here and doing a great job.
It's interesting to read about snow cleaning at the other side of the world.
Keep on plowing
Greetings from switzerland
|01-17-2008 09:13 PM|
|ElmTreeland||Cheers guys your site is tops!!|
|11-29-2007 09:26 AM|
Northern ontario boy here.
Im also new to the group.Very cool site,im still finding my way around.We got 15cm( 6 inches) of snow last nite,finally got her all cleaned up and heading for a snooze.Started at 2:00 am and its now 1:25 pm,13.5 hour run,cant wait for the next one,lol.
|10-19-2006 09:34 PM|
Virgin guy here, well not really.......
Great site guys, I hope to benifit from all the knowledge on this site, it's amazing. I just purchased a 97 Frod F250 HD with a Western plow. First time plowing (hopefully) this winter. Any onfo and tips are greatly appreciated.
|02-02-2006 07:06 AM|
Thanks for the help and a great site
Thanks to all the members i just soined and everyone has been fun to talk to and given some good at giving advice. As i build my business i know that i can come here and get straight and legit answers from all. Once again thank you and hope to hear from you all very soon on different matters.
|11-21-2005 08:50 PM|
Welcome to the site!
the thread subscription means that you will receive an email telling you there has been new posts to that thread since you last visited it. Toward the bottom of the FAQ page here you will see the section called vBulletin FAQ with these 3 links:
General Forum Usage
Reading and Posting Messages
When you have a couple of minutes, go to each of those & read through them, they aren't terribly long. But they do explain in an easy way how to navigate the site & will help you get the hang of it quicker & answer some of the questions that will pop up for you.
Click here to go to FAQ
|11-21-2005 04:30 PM|
what is thread subscription?
|11-21-2005 08:20 AM|
This site is made up of various Discussion Forums. Each Forum is it's own "Topic".
For instance, this "Thread" (or conversation as you called it) is in the "Snowplowing Discussion Forum" (consider each Forum as a catagory, or topic).
Threads are made up of posts (replies) which are responses to what the original poster wrote in the first post of the thread.
Eventually, the posts add up on a particular thread, and additional pages are added to the thread, as the discussion continues.
Hope it helps... Welcome aboard.
|11-21-2005 08:04 AM|
First off you all have a really great site here! lots of good info. Im very computer stupid so a little help would be great. please inform me of the difference between threads, pages, posts, replys. I start reading one conversation and keep getting lost in all the posts. I keep reading though cuz most of it's pretty helpfull, but I usually forget what I was looking for in the first place. Thanks for the great welcome to the site.
|09-27-2005 05:08 PM|
Welcome aboard Mike
|09-22-2005 08:06 AM|
Thanks for making me feel welcome
Hello to all the members,
I just wanted to thank all of you for being so welcoming to this site. I just found out about your site and I think it is great and very helpful especially, for me because this is my first year plowing with my company and I can use all the great advice and experience other contractors have had in snow and ice managment.
Your site is very professional and gives great advise and I really like that. I was at another site, I think it was Snow Plow Forums or something like that and your blows it away.
I just wanted to say thanks for making me feel welcome and for all the great advise.
|01-01-2005 03:24 PM|
I just wanted to add that it is a big help to those trying to help you if you list your location in your profile. I know MANY of you do not list one. We don't need a street address and a zip code!
Just what State you are in will do. IF you want to list a city, that is fine too.
|12-01-2004 05:24 AM|
thanks for welcome
I am a new member and have to say that this site is the best thing I bumped into so far on the world wide web. I got the link on Chucks chevy truck page. I spent three weeks trying to contact someone with the right mounts for my 88 chevy. Jerre was the first one that gave me accurate and useful information. I ended up selling the fisher plow that I had as a complete ford unit and made $600. with that money I should be able to buy something for my chevy. Once again thanks for the welcome and the help from the senior members.
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