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    Smile It is time to smile

    Today, I made a short video for you members of this forum who live in a place warmer than Quebec, Canada.

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    Nothing big, it's just for fun !!
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    you and your neighbor's t-dubs look funny!

    i think our high was in the low 60's today, i wore short sleeves.
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    If you can't do it with gasoline it simply isn't worth doing!

    Snow blower actually looked like fun. To bad you can't ride it like a tractor.
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    Long live the internal combustion engine!

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    I miss those days. I made a small fortune plowing snow as a teenager. Blew every dollar of it working on my John Deere 440 and my rusted out K5 Blazer. Lol. Looks to be nice powder. Do you ice fish too? Would love to see some pics of the shack, I go through winter withdrawals every year here in Texas.
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    MCC1776, What happened to your John Deere 440. I still have a JD 420 and use it all the time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mel View Post
    MCC1776, What happened to your John Deere 440. I still have a JD 420 and use it all the time.
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    My 420 gets used a lot also.

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    Dad got a good deal on four of them (3 running/1 parts sled) back in high school for my brothers and I. We were begging for new arctic cats for christmas one year and he brought these old 80's JD 440's home instead, lol. Super tough sleds, we beat the hell out of them. I think there's one still out there under a tarp, but who knows, maybe the old man finally got rid of all of them. Here's a good example of what our silver John Deeres looked like:
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