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Finally have some snow to plow here in Colorado! Bought this March 1st, and no snow to plow since. Very strange.

Up to 3 feet of expected through tomorrow so I just took my first run to keep ahead of the storm. WOW....just wow. This new 570 SP is so much nicer to plow with than my old 08 500 HO. Never realized how much easier on the arms plowing would be with EPS. Can't live without it now. Also, the Polaris winch is such an upgrade from my old Powermax. It's FAST, the blade pops up and down 3x quicker. Didn't expect that. And having that integrated thumb control so close to the grip is fantastic. Lastly, I bought those cheap Polaris inserts for the front springs to avoid so much compression. The are fantastic, well worth a few bucks.

Could NOT be happier!
 

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Yeah I think we got all your snow this year in New England! Up to 12 feet in some areas!! Next year you can keep it over there! Our mid season is going to last till July! Which means more trails will be closed. ;(
Glad you are enjoying your new plow!!
 

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Mowed my lawn yesterday, shoveled my sidewalk today...
 

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Opening my pool in 2 weeks :)
 

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Man I can't believe you guys got snow! All our grass is growing and turning green. I'm so ready for summer!
 

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Man I can't believe you guys got snow! All our grass is growing and turning green. I'm so ready for summer!
Really nothing out of the ordinary around here. April is our second snowiest month of the year. We've had temps near 80 for the past week. The trees have leaves on them and lawns are getting pretty green, and now I can put off turning on my sprinkler system for a couple more weeks. Getting 2-4" of well needed moisture out of this storm. Take a 45 minute drive west into the higher elevations and they are forecasted to get up to 3' of new snow.
 
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