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snowsport hd plow

Discussion in 'SnowSport®' started by dmiles, Jul 14, 2011.

  1. dmiles

    dmiles Junior Member
    Messages: 11

    hi. i hope someone can help me out with my decision to buy the snowsport plow. my driveway is about 800 ft long with a gradual incline from the street to my house. i would be plowing with a 2004 chevy colorado. there are about 3 spots where i could push the snow off along the way. is this plow capable enough to handle the job? last year i used my skidsteer and it took around an hour each time (with just the bucket). i don't have the funds to get a plow for the skidsteer, so that's why i'm looking into the snowsport. thanks
  2. 18lmslcsr

    18lmslcsr Senior Member
    from WI.
    Messages: 113

    Yes, I believe that the Snow Sport HD would work great for a homeowner only situation.
    If you are interested I have an HD for sale and it is in good shape.

  3. dmiles

    dmiles Junior Member
    Messages: 11

    my driveway is crushed gravel, would that be a problem?
  4. vtzdriver

    vtzdriver Senior Member
    from Vermont
    Messages: 111

    The nice thing about a Snowsport is you can use it on gravel or even lawn before it is fully frozen.

    Gravel is definitely not a problem.
  5. dmiles

    dmiles Junior Member
    Messages: 11

    ok. thanks for your help. i'm definately leaning towards getting one now.
  6. LEVE

    LEVE Member
    Messages: 79

    I push snow from the entrance to the driveway to the end of my property; that's a distance of about 500',. It's a space management thing. If I don't there's no where to put the snow on that section of the driveway.

    You should have no problem.
  7. dmiles

    dmiles Junior Member
    Messages: 11

    ok, thanks. would you recommend the tie down straps, or does it do alright without them. also, when you're transporting it, how fast can you drive on the highway? thanks again.
  8. LEVE

    LEVE Member
    Messages: 79

    I have down straps on order... so I've never used them, nor needed them. When I took a lot of the ballast out of the back of my Ranger it plowed better.

    Transporting? How fast can your rig go? I'm not a fan of transporting with the blade in transport position for long distances. I'd just as soon drop it if I'm traveling a long ways. Around town at 35mph, no problem, though I've had the Ranger up to 55mph with the plow on with no problems.
  9. dmiles

    dmiles Junior Member
    Messages: 11

    sounds good. thanks for your help.