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    Kawasaki Mule 4010 & Boss V plow Blizzard action

    Here's a short video of my Mule Plowing my driveway.
    I've been very impressed with this setup (besides the cost of the plow).



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    That's cool!!!

    I couldn't tell but, did you have eye protection on? Looks like the blade kicks up a little drift.
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    I did indeed have eye protection on. After this storm I'm going to pick up the front flap for the to of the plow.
    A cab has also been on the list since last year and I think I'm going to order it in a few weeks.

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    Wow - that is one steep driveway!

    Looks like those 4-wheelers are pretty quick at plowing.
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    Stan is right, what a steep driveway! But it looks like the Mule is up to the task! Thanks for the video
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gwhunter View Post
    Here's a short video of my Mule Plowing my driveway.
    I've been very impressed with this setup (besides the cost of the plow).
    Matt
    A shovel is a lot cheaper but...............
    Thanks for the video/sharing. Nice setup.
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    Can you plow going up driveway?
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    Quote Originally Posted by danmorea View Post
    Can you plow going up driveway?
    Yes, although I'm not sure I'd make it a habit. I like having gravity on my side while plowing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gizmo2 View Post
    A shovel is a lot cheaper but...............
    Thanks for the video/sharing. Nice setup.
    Giz, that is debatable, if you start figuring in the doctor bills, aches and pains in your senior years!
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    I'm in the work smarter not harder camp. The cost of the v plow is high compared to other plows that will fit. However the quality of the plow is hard to beat. I looked real hard at the blizzard blade for the mule but the cost of it made the v the smarter choice.

    This utv is the best tool I've ever plowed with. It is a lot better than my atv due to the weight and power steering.
    It far exceeds a tractor for plowing in my experience.


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