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    Hope I was able to provide some insight.

    For the record, I have a cold lol...

  • #2
    Good video.

    I was thinking as I watched it, what if you made your logo spin at certain points. Would that draw the viewer in deeper?

    Like this.

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    • #3
      Good video.

      I was thinking as I watched it, what if you made your logo spin at certain points. Would that draw the viewer in deeper?

      Like this.


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      I took some medication, and I am so high right now. I'm tripping out like crazy.

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      • #4
        Looking forward to a video of you working in the snow. Ice fishing video would be cool too! lol
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        • #5
          I think if your just using a blower you can charge more because you can do a better job than a plow and get in spots a plow can't. I would look for driveways with no place to push snow or to narrow to fit a truck

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          • #6
            I think if your just using a blower you can charge more because you can do a better job than a plow and get in spots a plow can't. I would look for driveways with no place to push snow or to narrow to fit a truck
            Every tool will have it's place, plows can do some pretty impressive stuff during the winter but definitely have their limits!

            What I am comparing above is the efficiency of a tractor with a mounted snowblower vs a walk behind snowblower in an oversaturrated fixed rate area.

            Snow blowers are great to get into hard to reach places, but I find them completely useless when the snow becomes compacted after a few hours. Snow blowers aren't the best for really scraping a driveway clean; there's just not enough weight. I suppose if you head out really early and do two or more cycles of your run, you could manage to avoid doing more work but still sacrificing time.

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