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Charles Krammin

02-14-2014 06:10:56

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Rear blade-turned to 30 degree backward push- to side of drive-fast speed reverse-lifting up just as its at side of drive (lifting while spinning adds weight to tires and lessens drag on plow).
Parking lot for dog dump- flat blade-same reverse-full throttle-lifting as the tractor starts to falter. Me- 2N loaded tires, cross chain on worn tire- center link on AG bar (don't like AG bar for chains)- 2-3 feet drifted heavy snow (can walk on snow)same slight angle- Sherman in high- try head on first- blade at 6". If no go- push to side with same scenario- to side- lifting as faltering. Neighbor with 1/8 mile drive (N-S terrible with Lake Michigan effect-30 MPH- NW wind- kept drifting back so fast that 4X4 stalled. He gave up-drove in field next to it- didn't plow rest of winter. My neighbor came in with 6 wheel Ford bulldozer and moved everything, for me, back farther so my 2N could handle it again. Snow so deep and heavy, and ground not frozen, that they have to plow a road in field to handle big manure spreaders, pulled by 8 wheel tractor. HTH Charles Krammin SW MI "snow belt"

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John Schmincke

02-14-2014 11:01:52

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 Re: Suggestions Please in reply to Charles Krammin, 02-14-2014 06:10:56  
Wooosh! Wouldn't even want to deal with snow like that. What we got last night is rare for this area so the natives say. Well, just turned 63 today. Have seen changes in the weather patterns in just my time as I am sure a lot of you guys have. Just gotta do what you gotta do I guess.

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