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    Gold Member Mech's Avatar
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    Default Snowplow Wings

    My FEL snowplow blade is a bit small to cover the driveway and roads with two passes so I bought these wings from Northerntool. First snow that requires plowing isn't usually until October so I have 2 months before I can give them a try.
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    Gold Member Dyer, retired's Avatar
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    Default Re: Snowplow Wings

    Quote Originally Posted by Mech
    My FEL snowplow blade is a bit small to cover the driveway and roads with two passes so I bought these wings from Northerntool. First snow that requires plowing isn't usually until October so I have 2 months before I can give them a try.
    Mech,

    Looks like you are ready for snow, but I hope you don't get to try it out too soon! Once it starts, it seems to be hard to see the light at the end of the tunnel, ha! Dyer, retired

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    Default Re: Snowplow Wings

    Wings are great for stacking.
    They allow you to get a much bigger pile of snow before it slides off the side.
    Not so hot for furrowing (or plowing to the side)
    esp on a tractor where you can't go as fast.

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