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Skrillz: Stick that 375ml Makers 46 in the cupholder with a long straw and get plowing!
 

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Put the Viking in its personal snow garage.


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We ended up with about 1 foot of snow.


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News here is saying record breaking snow blankets North-Eastern USA, up to 40 inches.
 

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News here is saying record breaking snow blankets North-Eastern USA, up to 40 inches.
Hyperbole and exaggeration. News is no longer relevant.
 

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Hyperbole and exaggeration. News is no longer relevant.
Yep, that's a definite.

Hey I was wondering, do you guys plow your driveways according to how hot your wives are?
 
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^^^^^^^^^ Hahaha that's funny as fk!
 

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Yep, that's a definite.

Hey I was wondering, do you guys plow your driveways according to how hot your wives are?
If that’s the case, then bad monkey has a bad mamma JAMA
 

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If that’s the case, then bad monkey has a bad mamma JAMA
Yeah but then he'd never plow his driveway, keep her locked in. But I can see from google earth he plows his every day?
 

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She’s a hottie
 

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Spring spacers came yesterday, got them installed tonight. Had to trim one side in the bandsaw to get them in since they are a little big because they are for car shocks. Then I drilled a hole to zip-tie them so they hopefully won’t pop out even though they are very tight. Read on Amazon in the feed back ratings that it was recommended after some had lost a few. They are supposed to lift the vehicle 1.25” also but I’m mainly just looking to keep the front from squatting so much from the plow weight
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Good luck with them!

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We got dumped on last night so I hooked up the plow today and the above spring spacers made a hug difference, the front end barely squatted at all under the weight of the plow. The only down side is the squeaky noise they make as they rub up & down on the shock body. I have been running around with out the plow since I installed them with no squeaking so I’m guessing it is because everything was wet with snow.
 
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