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post #1 of (permalink) Old 09-16-2007, 08:59 AM Thread Starter
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Snow Plowing with a 93 GEO Tracker

Has anyone used a tracker for snow plowing? I would be doing it for my drive and brother's drive only. My drive dirt and about 1/2 mile long. If you have what plow manafactuer did you use and would you recommend it? What problems if any did you run into? My Tracker has a manual transmission.

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it should do well....put some chains or studed tires on it and put 2 or 3 sand bags in the rear for weight.

you may want to look at the poly blades too. they will be lighter and a little easier on the front end of your tracker

the power angle is a very nice option. the snowbear's are cheap but they are manual angle.

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