CAN A RANGER PLOW SNOW?
I enjoyed Luke's recent review of the Ranger 570. I do have one additonal question about the 570 not covered in his review.
I live in upstate NY and would like to know if this model is capable of serious snow plowing?
Thanks for your email!
The 570 mid-size Ranger will capably plow snow for residential use.
Your question used the word "serious" in relation to its snow plow potential. IMO if I was buying a Ranger to do heavy duty snow removal I would go for the XP 900 Ranger with its "shuttle shifter" that isolates Lo and Reverse from the shift pattern and has a heavier and bigger footprint.
The 570 is a very capable vehicle but for industrial work I would consider the XP.
Hope this helps,
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