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ya use what ya got
fab up some brackets so you can put some plow shoes on the blade.
use sway bars to keep it straight behind you and help with impacts.
blade facing rearwards, straight across.
lift control all the way down. the shoes will hold it up some and
are adjustable for different conditions, snow depths.
some blades need some added weight.
bull your way thru. The first pass you might have to V this way then that way to get thru.
Once open, angle the blade to sweep the loose off.
(I just leave my front and rear blades straight all the time.
takes a few more passes to clean up the side spill, but works better at bulling thru deep snow)
a Zane thing would make things easier.
best solution is to find/make a front blade that will fit.
This post was edited by NNP at 04:47:58 02/15/14.
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