A snow blower is basically an engine on two wheels.
Snow Blower Attachment
If you own a lawn tractor, you already invested into a powerful engine on four wheels.
Instead of buying and maintaining a second engine, convert your lawn tractor into a snow thrower.
You'll save some money and, more importantly, valuable garage space.
Here are some accessories to consider while converting:
Instead of having to push your heavy snow thrower through the thick snow, get a snow blower attachment
for your tractor.
This way you can just hop on and let the powerful engine of your tractor do the heavy-lifting.
If you would rather plow your driveway, we carry an assortment of
tractor mounted plows to help you make short work of your snow covered property.
Plow blades can get closer to the ground than a snow blower attachment so you aren't left with much or any snow on your driveway.
When Mother Nature brings a bad snow storm you don't get a reprieve from work. You still have to clear your driveway.
Frigid temperatures, punishing wind gusts and relentless snow can make it almost unbearable to be outside.
So why don't you give yourself a little extra protection from the elements. With a
tractor snow cab, you can be protected from the harsh winter weather and still snowblow your driveway and walkways.
During snow storms, locations with steep terrain and narrow roads often mandate tire chains for non-4-wheel drive vehicles. Lawn and garden tractors are rear wheel drive for power in pulling and pushing.
Icy weather may require some added traction for your tractor to operate at peak performance levels. Throw tire chains
on your tires so you don't worry about sliding.
When your tractor is slipping on icy or snowy terrain, you may want to add some weight to your mower. Wheel weights
are applied to the rear tires and help weigh the back end of the tractor down so the tires grip better.
For the ultimate traction in harsh winter weather and especially on steep terrain, couple tire chains and wheel weights.