Re: Sammi Snowplow
I think it depends on how much snow you usually get in your area. Obviously a Zuk wouldn't be able to push a lot of snow at once. Up here in Wisconsin we get a lot of snow. I have been pondering the thought myself, but I also don't want to wear my new engine out too much. We also have a very, very long driveway, and the current guy that plows it does a really bad job. Since I would only use it to plow my driveway (maybe some friend's, but that's about it) I have been thinking about it. Only concern is if we get dumped 3 feet of that thick, wet, heavy stuff. You must be confident with your motor, and have good tires (which I don't have yet).
I was thinking of possibly buying a hydraulic mount and control system, and then make and adapt a custom plow. You could probably use some thicker but lighter guage aluminum, and then brace it with some thicker steel so it doesn't bend up on you. Also remember that plowing does a lot to a vehicle's frame. It all depends on where your from and how much plowing you intend to do.