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Who plows with their SxS?

Discussion in 'General Side X Side Discussions' started by LWood1933, Dec 1, 2019.

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  1. LWood1933

    LWood1933 Larry SXS Nation Rookie

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    Waiting on some real snow here in MI. Starting to come down now. 20191201_094035.jpg
     
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  2. airshot

    airshot Ken SXS Nation Expert

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    Moved from an atv up to a utv...great move! I also have an enclosed cab (soft side) and a small propane heater....look forward to plowing snow!!! Also have a snowblower for the drifts, need that for the ocassional really deep drifts or throwing excess snow over the wall created by the plow blade. Here in Ohio, we dont get alot of snow so playtime is fewer and farther between.
     
  3. Oldguy

    Oldguy Randy SXS Nation Regular

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    What kind of heater and how do you keep it in one place and keep the windshield from fogging?
     
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    airshot Ken SXS Nation Expert

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    It is called a golf cart heater, made a quick holder from 2 pcs plywood and a coffee can filled with concrete. Made 4 as weights for portable shelter so I used 1 as a weight to keep heater from tipping. For snow plowing it works great, but wouldnt trust it trail riding, to much speed and rough trails. Runs about 5 hrs on 16oz tank. Full heat in less than 2 minutes, no fogging of windshield at all. I keep mine coated with spray auto polish/wax or rainex for plastic and no fogging.
     

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