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Blizzard Speedwing Angles Maximize Plowing Efficiency

The Blizzard Speedwing thinks for itself with wings that automatically angle forward or back, based on blade position.

Wed December 09, 2015 - National Edition
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The Blizzard Speedwing thinks for itself with wings that automatically angle forward or back, based on blade position.
The Blizzard Speedwing thinks for itself with wings that automatically angle forward or back, based on blade position.

The Blizzard Speedwing thinks for itself with wings that automatically angle forward or back, based on blade position, to maximize plowing efficiency. When angled for windrowing, the trailing wing folds back in line with the moldboard while the leading wing retains its forward position to capture more snow, reduce spill-off and allow use of the entire blade.

For more information, visit www.blizzardplows.com.


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