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U Edges

SCFALL

Member
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MID MICHIGAN
First off let me wish everyone a Happy New Year. I am hearing a lot about these u edges do they work on ashphalt as good as steel, and what about packed snow thanks Scott
 
I have been using a u-edge on a Western 8' Poly Pro for (2) seasons now. The edge works great, and I have no complaints. Nothing seems to work well on packed snow/ice, so that's not an issue. On concrete or asphalt, they are as good as steel IMHO.

The u-edge shines on loose surfaces such as gravel, and does not dig into the turf like the steel edges always do. Curbs and hidden obsticles are no longer an issue either. The u-edge will generally ride over obsticles instead of jamming your chest into the steering wheel...

As you can see, I highly recommend them.....
 
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