?This year will be the first winter the loader is not attached because of my new snowblower. Previously I kept the loader on and used a bucket plow for snow…was a good system except for the growing windrows and having to push them back after a big snowfall. I am leaving the loader outside on a concrete slab made just for the implements. Sprayed all non painted surfaces with fluid film… besides, these things are kept outdoors all year long on dealer lots so not too worried about it.
I get it and use it on my snowblower.Fluid film is a lubricant as well as a rust inhibitor. It is sprayed on the under carriage of cars up here in Maine to prevent road salt from rusting them.
No issues. I used 4 dollies, they claim they are rated for 1000#, but I doubt it. Rolled the loader on the dollies out of one side of the garage and across the cement driveway to the other side today without any issues. I have a garage with two 16'x8' overhead doors and a center divided wall, two cars on one side and woodworking shop and tractor on the other for this winter until I get my outbuilding built next spring.No issues with breaking the dolly?
I have tried the HF dollies and ended up snapping them trying to remove the loader.