Plowing up to 2’ drifts with my Kubota bx

cliffboyer

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Working that baby! Had our first significant snow here in southern IL last week, about 5-6" worth.

Was that in real time or sped up a bit?
 

skeets

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You boyz just keep that stuff , cause I really dont need any. I put the plow on and all I did was push the compost pile around a bit and that made me happy :D
 

B737

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GreensvilleJay

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hmm B737
'cheap' ? At $175 Canucks, that ain't 'cheap' to me.....
All mine cost was couple hours of shop time as I have lot of 'stuff' lying about.
I understand some don't have welders and such but at that price, welder is FREE after the first one is made....
 

B737

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hmm B737
'cheap' ? At $175 Canucks, that ain't 'cheap' to me.....
All mine cost was couple hours of shop time as I have lot of 'stuff' lying about.
I understand some don't have welders and such but at that price, welder is FREE after the first one is made....
well then you better not look at the nearly identical version from "heavy hitch"!
 

Uncle Henry

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That's a waste of time to dump the bucket every time. Use the bucket as a plow and tip it only when it's full. Also, a back blade helps to scrape the last inch or so. I saw you back dragging the snow to make it look pretty.
 

SidecarFlip

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I prefer NO SNOW and so far, we haven't had enough worth putting the 1- foot plow or the 72" blower on for.

Fine with me.

Don't look at snow removal as fun. Just a way to consume diesel that realizes no profit for me.

Looser all the way around.

I will say that when we get snow, 2 foot drifts are nothing. Around here, more like 6 to 8. Last winter.... yes, So far this winter NOTHING of consequence. I don't even bother unless we get 5" and it's windy.

Can stay like it is until April for all I care.