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Old 02-16-2017, 10:17 AM   #1
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Exclamation Something to think about, SNOW LOAD

SNOW LOAD.

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The SNOW is starting to pile up. If you have a Snowmobile Trailer you have not used this season and it's siting in the back yard you may want to dig a path to it and knock the 2+ feet of Snow off it before the roof collapses. Or may be you have work Shed you store your sleds, especial the "TIN" garden type you may want to clear it of the Snow.

And yes I plan to snow blow a path to my trailer this morning to clear the 2' of snow off it.
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Old 02-16-2017, 10:50 AM   #2
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With all this snow if you have a trailer that hasn't been used something is really wrong!!!

Get out there and RIDE!

Good point though, it's not good for the cover and those trailers are not exactly built to support a large amount of weight...
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Thumbs up It is one of those SEASONS!

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With all this snow if you have a trailer that hasn't been used something is really wrong!!!

Get out there and RIDE!

Good point though, it's not good for the cover and those trailers are not exactly built to support a large amount of weight...
It is one of those SEASONS!

With what we have gotten I can ride just about any where I want from my back door!

Trial entrance is 200 yards from the Kona Trial(King Court). Was that coincidental when we bought our lot 16 years ago?
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I know it.... was beginning to wonder if we were going to get screwed again with little or no snow but it's looking good out there for sure.

Get out there and enjoy it while it's here, better later than never.
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We went to Castle last Sunday with the storm and it was amazing riding.
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