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Scott Meszaros

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  1. while we are at it on the topic of plows, i use a moose 5 ft blade............this year, i am having an issue with the blade pads breaking off............seems they are being made cheaper................lost two of the "mushroom" ends yesterday..........i just took them off until replacements come...........................anyone else have this issue..............i am mostly plowing 2 inch snows on concrete or blacktop driveways.............
  2. i tried a propane heater, puts out too much moisture, fogs up the windshield........also, there are some fumes
  3. cliffyk...............yep, that is pretty much what i use, but it is one of the "fancier" ones that doesn't work as well...................i am hoping mine will break so i can get the "milkhouse" style.................
  4. purchased a mule 610 se back in 2015 to use primarily to move snow....., had local dealer install warn 2500 winch and cab enclosure. along with a moose 5 ft plow..................the winch uses standard wire cable, which has worked well for plowing..........while i do not have the amount of property you do, i plow out many neighbor's driveways as they are the older residences that simply cannot do it.............i am unfamiliar with synthetic cable, but have only had the wire break once..............the mule is an excellent plowing unit, it will push a lot of snow............the one thing you
  5. thanks kenfain............i had the same idea about the windshield...........was eyeing a piece of plywood in the garage yesterday to use........................
  6. good morning, new to this site...got a question......i have a 2015 kaw mule with the soft top enclosure........doors with zipper windows, plastic windshield.........i want to tow the thing on a trailer up to our cabin, about 340 miles of mostly interstate driving......the instructions for the top say "remove for towing or use enclosed trailer"..........removing would be a pain, and i don't have an enclosed trailer..............anyone have another solution?.........how much will it screw it up if i tow as is?.....should i put a plastic tarp over the thing and secure the tarp to the trailer?....

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