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    Apr 2010
    Oshawa, Ontario

    Default snow plow for a garden tractor

    This plow started as all flat plate 3/16 thick. I marked out lines and used a cutting disc to cut almost all the way through, then bent the plate over and welded it back up to make the blade. All of the pieces to fab this were laying around my shop. the lift handle was a powerbar that I snapped off last year and just welded a piece of thick wall pipe on the end. You can set the plow in three positions. I tried it out on my driveway and it digs in deep in the soft area by my garage but scrapes really smooth on the hardpack which will work well when the snow flies. The tire chains were also laying around and shortened to fit the tractor, and I made a set of wheel weights up from some 1" thick shaft offcuts and welded a 4" pipe and some threaded rod on to mount them in the wheels
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