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jbratton

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My 1711 easily moves up to 10" of heavy snow before it has traction issues. The newly added chains really helped. I will be adding the additional hydraulic connections to enable the plow power angle.
Wow. Thats really good. Mine did good too. Obviously pushing a big pile it had some traction issues.
You have a picture of your tractor?
 

1811Cub

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Wow. Thats really good. Mine did good too. Obviously pushing a big pile it had some traction issues.
You have a picture of your tractor?
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tkhoffman

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All paved I am guessing. No way I'd plow at half that speed on my stone driveway. Although I wish I could so the snow would slide off at a good clip and not roll back under the rear tire. I guess a bit longer plow is the answer but that's what came with it.
If the snowfall is cold light 12" or less, I use Tug and then push back with my larger machine. If it's more snow, I plow with the big machine and clean up with Tug.
 

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