SnowFire Snow Plow Safety Enhancements

Say Goodbye to Slipping and Sliding off of Your Plow

Hey It’s Mike with KAGE Innovation! Today we’re going to talk about one more of those little nitpicky enhancements that we do to our products. Focusing on the SnowFire blade today, this enhancement that we’re going to talk about is all about the safety of the user. It has to do with climbing in and out of your machine, which you know none of us like to do.

Skidsteer Snow Plow Attachment Upgrade

Hey snowfighters! Today at the KAGE facility we’re going to talk about some of the improvements that we’ve made to the snow blade, the KAGE blade over the years. This is a series that we’ve been talking about, we’ve already gone over the SnowKAGE and some of the improvements and enhancements that we’ve made to the design of the SnowFire system. for skid steers, Compact wheel loaders, compact tractors ecetera.  In this episode today, we’re going to show you one of the improvements that we made to the pivot frame, the attachment area where it attaches to the machine.

KAGE Snow Plow System for Skid Steers – Snow Pusher Box Upgrade

Skid Steer Snow PusherThe KAGE Snow Plow System was designed to withstand the rigors of everyday abuse on the job site plowing snow with a skid steer. As we grow as a company, our dedication to delivering the best snow plow system is paramount. Thanks to the feedback of our dealers and consumers, we’re taking it upon ourselves to address any potential defects or design flaws that arise from the use of our products.

Snow Plow Box | Snow KAGE Pusher Box

We’re putting together a series of videos for all you snow fighters out there that talk about the latest advancements with our KAGE® Snowfire and Snowstorm Series Snow Plows. The upgrades are subtle and not always visible to the untrained eye, but they’re important snow plow features that significantly improve our already great line of snow plow systems. For this blog post, we’re going to talk specifically about KAGE® Snow Kage Box itself.

Skid Steer Snow Plow Trip Edge Maintenance

What? You’re telling me that you need to maintain the trip springs of our KAGE skid steer plow??! Well, not the spring itself. Coil springs require zero maintenance. The telescoping tubes that are inside the spring(s) do need a bit of lubrication once in a while. They are what guide the spring and keep it from side – deflection. We recommend that you lubricate between these tubes at least once a season to prevent any corrosion and possible seizure of the trip edge on your skid steer snow plow trip edge.