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I finally got to put my garden tractor to work this winter.I plowed my driveway without too many issues.Part of my drive is gravel so I got stuck at first. A bit more weight and I think it would be awesome!
 

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Nice pictures. Thanks for sharing those. She got the job done, that's

the main thing. :thumbs: Adding more crossers to the tire chains will also

make a huge difference. Probably more so, than adding more weight.
 

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Glad you got some seat time! Looks like it did a pretty good job!
 

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Looks like a really nice property you have there. It takes a while to figure out what works for any given driveway and weather/ snow conditions. It looks like you are off to a great start.
 

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I was doing the same thing with my 76' Sears, great tractors! The wheel weights make all the difference, especially going uphill. I had to plow three sections of driveway about 300' long, and the old Sears pulled it off without any problems.I picked up the tractor a week ago, and was hoping it would hold together plowing a foot of snow.All of the lights worked along with the charging system, too. This is my new favorite! You did a fine job there!
 

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Looks like the old GT did a good job! I'm leaning towards more weight and some 2link chains as others have suggested,I know I can tell quite a difference now that I've added 50lb wheel weights,chains are next on my list.
 
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