Most snow removal contractors use skidsteers with their standard bucket to move snow. This works ok, but not ideal. The KAGE snow plow skidsteer gives you access to a patented 2-in-1 system” that allows you to easily transition from snow plow to box plow in seconds. Never leaving the cab, or without any type of pins, hinges or bolts.
No More Pitting Cylinder Rods
Today in the “KAGE Snow Plow System Upgrades” series, I want to talk to you about the cylinder rods on our SnowFire series blade. We’re always trying to improve our products, make them better for you guys, get our users home early. Or on the other hand, to be making more money, because you can get more work done. What’s worse than having to maintain your gear, and cutting into your productivity. If you cut into your productivity, you cut into your profits.
Snow plowing services can be risky and hard to predict. First, you have to be a meteorologist (better than any I know), you have to keep good employees and keep them happy (which is hard to do when the stresses are so high), and you have to get your customers to pay on time (otherwise you run out of cash).
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.