I just purchased a used 2011 Kawi 750 brute force with warn winch & moose plow. My driveway is about 1/2 from the road. There is a part of the driveway that is very steep. Should I plan to buy snow chains for the quad?
Try it without. If you have a paved drive chains are gonna scratch it up. I've run them both ways. You can also throw some weight on the rear rack, it does help too.
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To be honest, if its paved and you don't see allot of ICE then no chains would be needed.
Paved and Ice, chains will make a big diff.
Gravel or dirt, chains will help allot as well.
For the most part, use 4wd and low, throw 80-100lbs on the back rack and you should be good to go
(PS, chains on the rear only if you need them)
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my vote would be for chains as well they make a big differance but what type of material is the drive how much snow are you pushing and due you have drifts and such?
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