Posted by carpetfarmer on January 04, 2013 at 15:47:11 from (18.104.22.168):
I know in the past, I have read about some of you splitting a section of pipe length wise and using that on the bottom of your snow plow edge to keep from digging up gravel. I was just wondering if you could post some pictures of the end product and maybe provide a little insight as to how well it works. Could be because I haven"t seen it work, but I"m a little skeptical. Since you have a rounded edge instead of a shearing edge, doesn"t it want to ride up on the snow, leaving a layer probably 1/2-1" thick, or does it stay on the gravel surface and just leave a thin film?
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