Snow and Ice Control
Figure 6. Plowing steep grades uphill is not a problem for the SEE tractor
and its 10-foot fully reversible hydraulic plow. Chains are required on all
four wheels at all times to ensure traction and as a safety measure. The
SEE tractor snowplow can be completely installed on the SEE in less than
13. CAUTION: Do not attempt to plow mud or earth in any form. Attempts
to do so will cause the trip-edge of the plow to trip into the "Up" position. The
hinge section of the plow then becomes the cutting edge and in a very short
distance the hinge and the trip-edge will be totally destroyed. Furthermore,
hitting a stone or rock while operating without the functioning trip-edge can
seriously damage the SEE and injure the driver.
14. Be alert to what is going on not only in front of the plow but immediately
behind it--investigate any sign of a loss of hydraulic fluid and correct the prob-
lem at once.
15. Be aware that no "feet" ride behind the plow in contact with the surface.
The trip-edge of this plow was designed to "float" along the surface being
plowed. While in operation, this plow's storage legs (part # 3200.1431) remain in
the "Up" position. They are lowered only when removing the plow from the SEE
and storing the plow when not attached to the SEE.
16. Always operate the plow angled fully against the stops to ensure stable