Okay it happen finally snow!!!
We had our first "storm" maybe 5" at most but it was snow and I got to use my new tractor and 54" snowblower.. (okay a little overkill for this storm)
I have additive in but don't know if i needed it or not but tractor started right up.
When i started i placed the snowblower down in free leveling ( but maybe not?) as it lifted the front up enough that the front wheels wouldn't steer. Any helpful comments?
It was fun and then when i backed up it quit. (didn't read enough) this becomes a pain so I am sure someone has a work around as i don't think its wrong to want to keep the blower pto at speed going while back up a bit to turn right? I hated having to reduce down to 1500 engage pto then back to high and then back and forth
Overall with turf tires and #400 no chains it went very well.
When i put it away it was filled with snow.... Humm so i tried to clear it out and blow out some but wondering if there is a better way to clear it as i don't want it to stay or melt and then maybe freeze and then it wont work? Any ideas from you veterans of storms with your 1025 o
It is because of this board I got the 1025 and the mowing this summer was nothing but fun and so easy... now the winter is starting and first impression you all steered me right!!!
If you have any other helpful ideas please let me know and thanks again eveyone