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I have always used this Case 430 to clear the snow away, however decided to try a snowcaster to help interest the kids a bit in these (yeah right) and I also run out of places to push the snow.




I am impressed with the snowcaster, it worked great last night, but it warmed up a bit today and the snow turned to slush and was just packing it in and binding the caster - funny how I'm now praying for a big snow storm.
 

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Caseman2 said:
I have always used this Case 430 to clear the snow away, however decided to try a snowcaster to help interest the kids a bit in these (yeah right) and I also run out of places to push the snow.
I am impressed with the snowcaster, it worked great last night, but it warmed up a bit today and the snow turned to slush and was just packing it in and binding the caster - funny how I'm now praying for a big snow storm.
Nice tractors Caseman2. We're all crazy with our tractors. I road plowed for many hours a couple weeks ago, finally came home and jumped on my 446 and plowed for a couple of hours! Nice blade on the 430 and that cab looks mighty comfortable!
:222: :446: Best Regards, Rich
 

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From the photo it looks as if the chute is a bit rusty and that will help it clog up pretty easily with wet snow. I took my chute off and wire brushed the rust off then sprayed it with EZ glide graphite paint and that solved the problem.
 
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