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I am trying to learn how to link how to use the links to pictures. I just joined photo bucket. It was rough, but I did it! I for one would like to see fellow member's tractors in action, so I thought this might be an interesting topic. Here's mine in action I think:

http://s1099.photobucket.com/albums/g396/Ingersollman/

:letitsnow: :trink: :222: Best Regards, Rich :winterrules: :shock:
 

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Rich,

Good job with photobucket. If you click on the IMG code in photobucket it will copy the link. Paste that link here and it will show the photos in your thread....like this:



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See the box to the right of your picture that I circled in green here?

If you copy the code in the 4th box down titled "img code" and paste it into your thread you'll have it.

 

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Thanks Tom-Hey Golden Cove looks manicured :thumbsup: -you are set up superb with the two 400s-snow caster and blade team-Anyhow I tried to have the Pussycat Dolls as background on photo bucket but it didn't work-it probably would have caused some commotion anyway............ :lol:
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InTroubleAlltheTime said:
I tried to have the Pussycat Dolls as background on photo bucket but it didn't work
Rich - it worked for me! Besides, there was more "action" in that banner than your pics. Your tractor is just sitting there! :sidelaugh: Thanks for the pics, though.

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Here's my 446 pushing around 3-4 inches of wet snow. (I'm really just testing out the youtube code I just added). :sidelaugh:


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oOingFedXQM
 

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Rob_P said:
InTroubleAlltheTime said:
I tried to have the Pussycat Dolls as background on photo bucket but it didn't work
Rich - it worked for me! Besides, there was more "action" in that banner than your pics. Your tractor is just sitting there! :sidelaugh: Thanks for the pics, though.
Rob
Rob: Yes! Those lovely ladies were hiding on the bottom-how could I miss them! Alright here's some action! :trink: :letitsnow:
http://s1099.photobucket.com/albums/g39 ... ng%20Snow/
:222: Best Regards, Rich

Rich I edited your post to include the pic - Snotrocket



 

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Haha Remy is very smart. She loves to be around any type of equipment someones using. She's spent the first half of this week chasing my neighbor on his snowmobile.
 

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Snotrocket said:
Here's my 446 pushing around 3-4 inches of wet snow. (I'm really just testing out the youtube code I just added). :sidelaugh:


Charles:These tractors are some tough-they sound tough-the sound of your tractor in the video- sounds like a big pay loader with hydraulics going! Love the sound of a Case/Ingersoll GT in the morning.....................
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Rob_P said:
InTroubleAlltheTime said:
Alright here's some action!
Ok, that's better, but I'm still diggin' on the Pussycat Dolls! Keep trying.

Rob
Rob: I'd love to see some pictures from our Canadian friends :trink: -I'm always thinking they get a whole of snow-can't remember seeing any action pictures from Canada. We have the possibilty of some more NE snow action towards the end of the week- :letitsnow: TomG is the fleet ready? :446: Best Regards, Rich
 

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InTroubleAlltheTime said:
Rob: I'd love to see some pictures from our Canadian friends :trink: -I'm always thinking they get a whole of snow-can't remember seeing any action pictures from Canada. We have the possibilty of some more NE snow action towards the end of the week- :letitsnow: TomG is the fleet ready? :446: Best Regards, Rich
I noticed that too, Maybe Canada has some kind of lock down on the export of pictures..... :sidelaugh: :sidelaugh:
 

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kungdrew said:
InTroubleAlltheTime said:
Rob: I'd love to see some pictures from our Canadian friends :trink: -I'm always thinking they get a whole of snow-can't remember seeing any action pictures from Canada. We have the possibilty of some more NE snow action towards the end of the week- :letitsnow: TomG is the fleet ready? :446: Best Regards, Rich
I noticed that too, Maybe Canada has some kind of lock down on the export of pictures..... :sidelaugh: :sidelaugh:
Rich and Drew

That's it . Immigration Law I believe. They found that when pictures of CANADA were posted there was a line-up at the border.

I've think that Hydriv is working with Steven to get special permission for this site. :trink:

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Stewart said:
That's it . Immigration Law I believe. They found that when pictures of CANADA were posted there was a line-up at the border.Stewart
Where is the end of that line located? Which direction is it headed? :grin:
 

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Minot ND last time I checked and most were headed North other than the Rejected line heading south.

We bring them into the darkness of Sask and test them, The good ones we keep in Beautiful Sask and the rest get put on a bus for Ontario, Most end up in the Guilford area.
 

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InTroubleAlltheTime said:
Charles:These tractors are some tough-they sound tough-the sound of your tractor in the video- sounds like a big pay loader with hydraulics going! Love the sound of a Case/Ingersoll GT in the morning.....................
:222: Best Regards, Rich
They are tough. It looks like in your pictures you were pushing the same blizzard we got up here. I'm glad I have since fixed my snowcaster because the 4 foot snowbank at the end of my drive was just about the pushing limit of the 446.
 

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I'm glad I have since fixed my snowcaster because the 4 foot snowbank at the end of my drive was just about the pushing limit of the 446.
What was the problem?
I'm going to finish painting mine this week. Finally!
 

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They are tough. It looks like in your pictures you were pushing the same blizzard we got up here. I'm glad I have since fixed my snowcaster because the 4 foot snowbank at the end of my drive was just about the pushing limit of the 446.
Blizzard started Sunday right after Christmas. It was a big deal here 18.5", steady 50 mph wind gusting to 70mph. I road plowed 4 days and four nights. I think Tuesday was when I did my house with the 446. I can get away with a blade here. Half my driveway is not paved and with these small lots I think I would blast windows out with a caster. We don't usually have a big build up of snow over the winter because of the moderation in temperatures because of the ocean. It does get cold here though. :222: Best Regards, Rich
 
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