Rather than berate you, let me try to give some constructive comments. You are carrying a pretty good sized load on the front. Probably you should make sure that everything that can be lubed is. More air in the front tires could be another cheap fix/helper. Turf tires have a lot of rubber on the road to keep from rutting the lawn. You might think about a 3rib tire or 5rib front tire similar to an ag tractor. This might help some and you would have the added benefit of being able to turn in the snow better. The other post suggests you don't take care of your equipment. How would he know if he doesn't know you? I would guess that he is speaking from personal experience of abusing his tractor.
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