A bunch off arrogant a$$es that are kinda cluesless about some things
too. One of the main mods there and me got into a big arguement a few
years ago because he said the best way to remove a splinde for a old
GM solid front axle to remove axle to service it was with a air
chisel!!! What a moron and I told him so nicely at first and then it
got ugly!! I can see where you would fit right in Roy. A district rep
for SnoWay Plows that I talked to at a trade show last winter did not
speak well of them either.
The SnoBear has been around for a long time and when used to plow your
driveway it can workout fine. Do not attempt to do any comercail
plowing with it because if you have visions of this you would do well
to get something else but if 90% of the time it is for your driveway
it will suit you well. Just make sure that if there is a big storm,
plow it some during the storm and do not wait for it to get a few feet
deep and then plow it. ALso do not try to ram and stack with it much.
I have seem them at Sams Club, Lowes and Home Depot for around 900
Why doesn't the above surprise me? As I understand it the IDIOT did exactly
what he has been doing at the UN-moderated sites he visit's. Posting BS info
and constantly incorrect answers. This time he did it at a moderated site
and IDIOT'S crap was not tolerated.
FYI www.plowsite.com has close to 20,000 members and a wealth of info. A
person can go there for info or they can listen to the IDIOT, kinda a no
Thanks for the info and advice Snoman. Sounds like it would be perfect
for my 80 foot long flat driveway. I have NO visions of trying to plow other
driveways. I'll leave that to the pros... LOL...Just trying to save money
plus it's getting harder to find a GOOD plow guy that will plow without
tearing up the yard and put the snow pile where I tell them.
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