We’re putting together a series of videos for all you snow fighters out there that talk about the latest advancements with our KAGE® Snowfire and Snowstorm Series Snow Plows. The upgrades are subtle and not always visible to the untrained eye, but they’re important snow plow features that significantly improve our already great line of snow plow systems. For this blog post, we’re going to talk specifically about KAGE® Snow Kage Box itself.
What? You’re telling me that you need to maintain the trip springs of our KAGE skid steer plow??! Well, not the spring itself. Coil springs require zero maintenance. The telescoping tubes that are inside the spring(s) do need a bit of lubrication once in a while. They are what guide the spring and keep it from side – deflection. We recommend that you lubricate between these tubes at least once a season to prevent any corrosion and possible seizure of the trip edge on your skid steer snow plow trip edge.
In the professional snow removal business, contractors are always looking to gain an edge. The question that we usually ask ourselves is, “What new innovative product is going to make that contractor’s job a little easier, a little faster or both? Today, I’m going to talk about the latest product from KAGE Innovation – The NEW Back Drag Kit. Not only will you see what it can do to improve your snow plow’s performance, but also how easy it is to install.
Hello Everyone, I’m Kanon Kulpa, marketing manager for KAGE Innovation. Today, I want to talk directly to those who are interested in becoming a KAGE Snow Plow Dealer. In this age of advanced snow removal products, dealers still want a manufacturing partner that delivers a rock-solid product and premium dealer support that encourages their customers to come back to their store.
Skid-steers are becoming a very popular replacement for trucks in retail, condominium, and municipal sites for snow removal. Much of the time they are replacing more than one truck because of their speed, agility, and horsepower.