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Old 01-03-2011, 12:08 AM
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Originally Posted by Ram15002ndgen View Post
Very funny and useful. I would definitely prefer to plow from inside a warm garage than outside in freezing weather. Fortunately I have always lived in sunny SoCal so plowing is totally foreign to me, but since I may be relocating to an area that gets some snow, I have a question for you snow folks. When the snow is only an inch or two on the ground (like it looked in a couple of videos) do you still have to plow it or do you just drive over it? Also, what about rocky or gravel roads, do they get plowed the same or not? I may be going to a more rural area with gravel roads.
I clean it up, even if a lite snowfall.
The problem is that it builds up a little ata time , and come spring its an icy, sloppy mess, and thick if you just keep driving on it packing it down.
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