I have not used a truck plow on the back of my tractor, but I have used a backblade with the blade turned backwards. If your blade does not angle, you may find you have to make shorter pushes. Otherwise, you end up with the blade pushing snow until you accumulate too much and you loose traction. In reverse, you will also not have as much speed to roll the snow off the blade. If you can"t find skid shoes to keep the cutting edge from digging in, a pipe cut lengthwise and slid over the edge of the blade works great to keep from tearing up yards and gravel driveways.
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