“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
In this video, Dan talks about how the Kage snow plow/snow pusher, has helped him in the snow removal industry. Dan says, last year in NJ, they received about 32″ of snow in a matter of a couple hours. “Between the plow and the box, it took the place of two trucks, and a bigger loader, with a bigger bucket”, Dan says
My thoughts on the snow removal industry as a whole is somewhat of an exciting one. Many landscapers across the country engage in conversation via social media groups and forums. Throughout the growing season we discuss strategies, weather patterns
Do you ever wonder how your company can be the best? Do you ask yourself, “how can I be more efficient?” If so, reading this article is a must! If you currently use skid steers with tracks or tires, this is the article for you!
With these tires, Kage has solved the problem by offering a full steel radial snow tire that allows you to maximize the efficiency of your machine. Radial tires allow the machine to transfer more power to the ground, better traction, longer wear life, and higher weight capacity.