Did a lot of plowing in the snow...usually put the left dual on for a bit extra traction and weight. That snow is actually giving your ground a lot of insulation, buying you time. No reason not to plow as long as you can pull it and the frost doesn't get too deep. And some figure some extra nitrogen as well.
Re: Don't think I'll get a chance to test the plow.... in reply to JMS/.MN, 12-11-2012 23:24:31
I'll have to give plowing a try tomorrow, then. The dual wheel idea is great, but I don't have any extra 11.2x38's. Between fluid & a single weight on either rear tire I think there's enough ballast there. Sould probably dig out my chains, though.
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