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Re: Just plowed my driveway for the first time
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Agreed. Also, If the driveway isn't paved, try to avoid plowing if the ground isn't frozen yet. If you must remove or knock down snow before the ground freezes, just backblade it lightly.
When moving forward with the loader, I find that better is the enemy of good. Set the bucket fairly level, and be willing to leave a 1/2" of snow behind on gravel. Otherwise you risk digging in and making a mess.
On pavement, you can be more aggressive and even get the wheels of the tractor off the ground for straight runs. If/when you need to steer, raise the bucket just slightly to get your front wheels back in contact with the road.
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