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Quick question to your guys with the Sno Pro 3000. I just got mine a few weeks ago and I've been toying with hooking it up and taking it off. I've found that after I drop the plow to take it off, the lift cylinder doesn't go all the way down, which I'm sure is normal, since there is no additional weight pulling down on it once the plow is touching the ground. But here's the thing, if I don't push the cylinder all the way down after I take it off, it's extremely tough to put back on. If I do push it down, it hooks up in seconds.... Is this what everyone else does in order to have the thing go on with ease??