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Dave___in___CT

Name Dave___in___CT
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Date Last Access Sep 12, 2005 7:58 pm
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Re: Kubota Lawn Tractors...
#1   Aug 22, 2005 8:48 am
Yep...

I usually plow going forward with the rear blade... even though the tractor goes over the snow 1st... it works pretty well... then use the loader to move the snow pile(s) left from the rear blade... depending on snow depth... I pull the snow 50-100' before raising the rear blade... the rear blade has side wings so it's a box blade design...

Dave...

Re: Kubota Lawn Tractors...
#2   Aug 16, 2005 8:47 pm
Hi Herb...

450' + parking... I would not want a walk-behind snowblower for that... tooo much time...

I assume the blower on the Kubota was/is a 3-point-hitch mount... maybe too much much snow in low speed for a full-width cut... OK... so leave some snow... then do partial cuts with no clutching... taking just enough cut for the ground speed...

Option... try a 3-point rear blade along with the loader... will speed things up.. rear blade can pull or push snow while you go forward or reverse... without changing the blade direction...

The tractor & blower w/ loader should handle it all...

Dave...

Re: Kubota Lawn Tractors...
#3   Aug 13, 2005 7:44 pm
Thanks Herb...

Do you think the BCS for snowblowing fits your needs ?

Dave...

Re: gravel drives and skid shoes
#4   Aug 11, 2005 8:42 pm
     fcarp...

We're neighbors... well about 15-20 miles anyway !

Dave...

Re: Smart Dog #2
#5   Aug 9, 2005 7:33 am
               

Dave...

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