“Just curious what the best way to plow heavy wet snow? Seems like this stuff don’t want to push easy, for any distance. I have to keep stopping backing up and ramming through 1/2 the pile in front of the blade, then going back over what was left.” – 2dogs2/Member on Plowsite
PART ONE Here
Adam and his team are a fictional snow plowing company, but many of the experiences, problems, snow plow solutions, and, yes, headaches are real. Who knows, if you read between the lines, you might get a glimpse of how the KAGE® skid steer plow system was born!
The main difference between the LBK Series Snow Plow System and the SBK Snow Plow System is there’s a floating top link just forward of the quick attach plate. On a compact wheel loader, this floating top link is crucial for keeping the plow blade tight to the plowing surface.
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?
At Kage we know that most contractors run their Kage blades along many miles of concrete curbs during each snow event. Over time, this can cause wear on the edge of the base angle and even the trip edge pivot point. This can cause an operator to not get the full scraping ability that they need to get the snow and ice clear off of the pavement. It could also cause potential down time if you were to end up damaging the blade to the extreme; and no one wants down time.