I just won this tug at an auction... Mainly as an upgrade in the aircraft tug department (They can push C-130s around), but my mind wanders.... could I use it to push snow and retire the telehandler box to backup/pushing back piles status? Also, one of the problems I have when pushing between hangar rows with my articulated truck is the tails off the edge of the box plow on my articulated truck, as well as inefficiency for small (0-1") snowfalls. Here's a spec sheet for the current production model: http://www.nmc-wollard.com/uploads/content_files/files/MB4 Lit-V1-sml.pdf It's 19,000 lb, has a 205 hp cummins 5.9l in it (the brochure is for the current production with a 190 hp 6.7). It has a funk 2000 transmission, with 6 forward and 3 reverse speeds, and hydraulic pump pads. No suspension, but Dana 212 axles front and rear, 6:1 reduction with enclosed wet brakes. Top speed about 25 mph. With 4 wheel steer and an 83" wheelbase, it is nice and maneuverable, being able to U-turn in a 25' wide space (about 10' less than a Jeep CJ). It is probably best thought of as a boomless telehandler. I was thinking I could put a MP type plow on it (not sure if I would have the budget), so I could both windrow and push, and use the articulated truck just for the larger snows. Obviously, this setup would not stack like a telehandler or loader, but we are usually pushing into piles that the airport blower then blows over the fence into the detention pond. If I put a plow on it, I'm thinking that I would put a full hydraulic system in it rather than use an electro-hydraulic power pack. I would also want a minimum of 12' in a box configuration, based on how long it takes me with the forklift when I use it. So, do I try to put a plow on it? If so, what?