About 6 to 8 inches at 10 this morning before leaving for work, has not stopped since. Of course I used the last of the coal in the outdoor hopper last nite and I get to drag up couple of hundred pounds from out back on my "new coal toboggan"
Would of been alot easier last nite, but was checking on 2 stroke thrower I totally refurbed a few years back and never started since.
Snowplow guy for Mother-in Law who is 90 has gone awol so I need the portability of this little bugger to go over and do hers
I hear ya on the 2 strokes. They are definitely not user friendly for the average home-owner, since they sit around most of their life, waiting for a chance to be worthy. When the time arrives, the carburetor has clogged up with any little micro organism that had grown over time, and will refuse to run properly, if at all. I gave up on weed-wackers, don't own a chainsaw, (mainly cause I have little use for one, and know if I had one, it wold become problematic too.) I do
own a 1956 Homelight military issue 2 stroke generator, hat has a carb problem. In it's defense, it's not clogged, but has a bent metering rod, that won't sit i the jet properly, and no matter how many times I've tried repairing it, it fights me. Needs the correct manufacturers "un-damaged" replacement rod to be functional again, but the part doesn't seem to exist anymore. I'll have to check Epay, again, and see if there has been any up-dates.
Anywhoo, the storm is gone, and I believe we ended up with what the weathermen predicted, about a foot and a half.