Pretty good hit WNY. We got the same advisory going too. Looks like another 6" to 10" here on the Maine coast. I don't really mind as long as it's not that heavy slushy stuff.
The old blower just don't like it and clogs up if it's to wet. I wish I never sold my plow truck
. Was pressured into it by the little lady telling me it wasn't a member of the family (like some placed around these parts)
My shoulders are sore from pushing that old Gilson blower through the heavy stuff. It's made like a tank from the 70's with original briggs 8hp. Still does the bizz too but is really heavy. That's prolly why it's still around though. Could use a new impeller from slingin rocks and clinkers
but I really need a plow for the length of the drive.
How does that wheeler actually plow MichaelAnthony? We have a ton of them around here and a great network of trails from the old railroad tracks they took up. I see many with plows but I got to wonder if they really plow all that well? I would think any more than a few inches and you have to take small bites? Probably need to hire a plow as much as I hate too.
Did ya see this rig from the "plow thread" More my style!