Topic: Re: Plowing snow question
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I have done a bit of testing on pushing and pulling the snow....thats WHEN I SEE It!
By making the top link longer, it will dig more as mentioned, but with snow on "smooth" streets or driveways - it allows the snow to curl and roll out from the blade, working kinda like a large one bottom plow, shorter top link and you are making the snow roll back in front of the blade and thus pushing it more and more. Like said already, heavy stuff needs to be pushed in reverse, light stuff can be pulled and thrown with the horz angle and long top link.
As for gravel, flip the blade around and go in forward, rolls the gravel and will not dig, great for when you want to move just the top layer and not dig.
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