Ha! I did the very opposite. For the first time in years I decided not to mount the cab and blower on a 16G. I am going to chance things with a 24" walk-behind blower. I was thinking that would up the chance of SnowMageddon!
Great seeing your little 408 plowing snow, Steve. It looks like you were having a good time using it too. It did a good job pushing snow that had built up in front of the plow straight ahead. These are neat little tractors.
I'm sure that John (jepics) will be happy when he sees your vids.
I was back at it again today. Good 4 inches of snow
Broke out the 566 and the square shoot blower with castors for my my walk ways
Used the 408 out front. Was actually dragging belly in the snow in the grass
Worked well. Not a whole lot vids from this as I knocked the tri pod over and got snow in the camera before finishing the side walk out front. About the max amount I would want to try with the 408 and no weight though
Hi, I have a 5240 walk behind. I love the machine but I basically have no Hi range and it slips a little on steep inclines an I need to give it a manual push...F & R work and the the mower works but is the loss of Hi range and slipping up hills the clutches ? I see Roger Beno has great videos on...
Our friend Al(Canary Al) passed on Feb. 12th after suffering a massive heart attack on Jan. 28th. I spoke to his daughter and she expressed how much he loved his Gravelys. No doubt he had a true passion for these machines, to learn about them, to improve them, and to make friends along the way...
If I start my 5240 and I don't keep my hand on the forward/reverse control it moves forward on its own. I don't see any adjustments to keep this from happening, but maybe I'm missing something obvious. Sorry if this has been covered before, I couldn't find it in a search.
I actually went out today and was gonna try to get my L Model started but have to put fuel line on and filter, shut- off valve and the like but as usual got stopped in my tracks. Anyhow I got out this shut-off valve " with filter " and couldnt figure out just where that fragile little...