Shot this a little while ago. 5+ inches of new snow. Camera placement is hard with the POV.1, but you can get the idea pretty well. I plow uphill and down, this machine gets very good traction for sure at least in this kind of snow and 18 degrees F.
There is a good bit of riding around here for sure and I know a GREAT guide, RustyB on the TeryxForums. If you bring it up, we should plan a ride!! You can see some of the riding if you go to my youtube page link is in my signature.
Here is my Commander and you can see which plow I got. The big heavy black one and it does a lot better job than my American Eagle brand 72" that is on my Teryx I think just because of its physical weight and the dual spring setup.
Great vid...I wish we got more snow out here on the west coast....all we get is RAIN & WIND...:furious:..but I will have to say I would only want snow if I could play only and not have to work in it...Hard to plant thru the snow...
I don't know if that is the proper way to plow or not..... it is just how I did it that day. I am a very inexperienced plowman, just got a plow on my Teryx in Jan of last year. Probably plowed about 15 times that is it.
Update, both sliders on the blade are now gone. I am not an extreme plow guy as you can see in the video. My American Eagle Teryx plow has a lot more beefy sliders on it. I think I am going to drill out the holes on the Can-Am plow to use the sliders off the AE brand and order another pair from AE for that plow. So far that is my only complaint
Thanks for the VID! I just bought 50 acres with a big steep diveway. was going to get a tractor, but i think the can-X will handle it. Anybody use pull behind salt spreaders? looks like you would want to extend the arm to keep the salt from the CAm.