How to Unload and Install Your Snowfire Plow System for Skid Steers
In this video, we’re going to demonstrate the quickest, simplest way to unload and install the KAGE Snow Plow System for your skid steer. From time to time we get customers asking about what they need to do to prepare for unloading their new snow plow system … and more importantly, getting it installed on their machine.
The Kage makes quick work out of any town home driveways. How long would clearing a town home driveway take with a truck or any other machine? Turn your compact tractor or skid steer into a winter profit machine. It’s up to you; how fast do you want to go?
If you place a skid steer and a truck on the same lot in the same snow event, a skid steer would beat a truck hands down. Plowing with a truck, you have to backup and do not have the zero-turn that a skid-steer does. With a truck, you will spend half of your time backing up because you can only plow in one direction. The Kage angle plow is the fastest, most efficient way to move snow from a surface. Examine how the roads are cleared in your city, for instance. The local municipality uses fixed or reversible plows to push the snow to one side of the road at high speeds. Imagine the profitability gained by replacing a pickup truck using a plow, with one Kage System ran on a skidsteer. Your sites can look better, faster, with less equipment and manpower.
At Kage, we try to anticipate every problem the contractor might encounter and then correct the problem. One such problem is hydraulic pressure that sometimes gets locked up in the implement after it is uncoupled from the machine. When this happens it is very difficult to