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Plow snow with your self-propelled mower
Clear snow with the big boys! Simply
this blade to the front of your lawn-
and you'll move more snow than in less
than you thought possible. This would be
for a walk behind mower, ideally the
The blade is angled, so the offending
get shoved aside; no need to
or shovel at the end of a row. The weight
the mower (don't forget your snow-
makes this work.
For an even cleaner sidewalk, replace the
lawn-cutting blade with the broomblade
[UB]s incorporated a couple more features.
[gnomethang, Jun 01 2005]
||A surprisingly practical idea. For use only in certain climates - I imagine [FarmerJohn] would buy one.
||Seems unnecessary. A plow shovel works just fine. The lawnmower is very bulky.
||I'd say it's about half unnecessary, daseva!
There's probably a reason this hasn't been
well-baked. But I do know several people
with both a bulky lawn-mower and a bulky
||You don't see traction as a potential problem? Those wheels seem mighty skinny for this application, snow chains or not.
||Since there is no steering mechanism to contend with, you might be able to install a set of rubber and/or steel cleated wider-than-puny-mower-wheel tracks.
||Then again, I live in the Sonoran desert so what do I know about snow plows?
||UnaBubba's SnowMowChipNBlow definately
has the MowerPlow beat in the feature set
(Sorry UB, didn't see your post). While the
impetous consolidating machinery and
reducing redundancies is the same, I'd
argue that there's room for both entries. If
only because of the differences in scope
||This would be for a walk behind mower,
ideally the self-propelled kind. (now added
to my description. Thx Scout)