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kcm.MN

02-13-2020 22:55:51




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Yukon3639

02-14-2020 18:42:56




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 Re: 2020.02.14 "Extra" Pic in reply to kcm.MN, 02-13-2020 22:55:51  
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They fit hydraulic cylinders to the drag hitch to help steer much like an articulated tractor

Works pretty good



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K Effective

02-14-2020 18:28:19




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Yep, it's a groomer tractor- pulls a drag groomer to smooth out the bumps and curves, some even cut cross-country ski tracks. The plow doesn't have to move giant piles, just cut down some ridges so the drag can do the work. There's an engineering group at Northern Michigan University that researches different groomer designs to find the best- current ones are like a series of angled rigid blades followed by a crumbler. A couple of manufacturers build job specific tractors (Bombardier, Bully) or clubs also use farm tractors, with or without the track setup.

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marloweg

02-14-2020 06:32:55




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 Re: 2020.02.14 in reply to kcm.MN, 02-13-2020 22:55:51  
locale snowmobile club has on like that to do trails with mean looking



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Deere Mark

02-14-2020 06:30:07




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Not much of a snow blade. Must be for scraping something else.



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Jeffcat

02-13-2020 23:48:50




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 Re: 2020.02.14 in reply to kcm.MN, 02-13-2020 22:55:51  
That is a cool looking rig. But it must be pretty hard on the brakes to steer it. Am I guessing wrong?



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Steve@Advance

02-14-2020 06:32:17




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 Re: 2020.02.14 in reply to Jeffcat, 02-13-2020 23:48:50  
It would be hard for me to resist giving the wheel a turn!



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