greatnorthwoods.org - Twin Mountain Snowmobile Club January 11, 1999 pictures of and from the Groomer - 1

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22 - The drag has 2 sets of cutter blades to loosen the snow and remove moguls. The section to the rear smooths and packs the snow.

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25 - The wheels will be lowered to allow crossing of roads and bridges without damage to the groomer or the road surfaces.

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26 - The blade in front rotates and tilts in every axis to allow the operator to drag snow into the trail as needed or to plow through windrows by the road.

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34 - Approaching Route 302 just west of the center of Twin Mountain.

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38 - The drag raised for crossing the road.

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