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- Dec 30, 2008
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- Balgonie, SK
Here's a few of the Snow Push I built for my Deere. Works great - Been using it since 2018 without much issue. Wish I woul dhave put a backdragging blade on top, but may add that in the future still. For heavy, wet BC snow, the tractor wouldn't push the full 72". Out here on the prairies where the snow is light, I can push a pile 6' out front of the blade before I start to run out of traction. Saves me a pile of time. Bucket weighs about 210lbs FYI.
Other picture is how I put my sled deck in. Biggest thing is that the forks are light. I built these myself. They weigh 190 lbs. Tines are rated for 2,000lbs. Alot of forks I've seen for the CUT"s are too heavy for what these tractors can do and they suck up capacity too quickly. Hence, why I ended up building alot of my own. Plus, I'm too cheap to pay full size tractor prices for compact sized attachments.