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Discussion in 'Landscape Maintenance' started by cuttin-to-the-Max, Oct 15, 2010.
no ones bothered me about it yet. with this setup i can also tow my trailer
My uncle and two good friends are cops in CT and they all said its legal as long as you can see the front license plate. The only thing that blocks my view is the exhaust pipe going up which is only 7" in diameter. Other then that I have a clear view of the road and doesnt bother me at all.
nice setups everyone!
my uncle is a cop in my town and he said he sees no problems with my setup. the license plate is locked so i may mount in on the front of the loader
Really not any different than having a snow plow on the front. You can't see the tag with them on.
that is a very good point.
First day of clean ups! Lookin good so far!
I wonder how evenly that thing loads Seems to me like it wouldnt load the front (Closest to the cab) that well....
One big difference is that the snow plow doesn't obstruct your vision. From what everyone is saying the police don't care so I guess I wouldn't. We don't see anyone around here with it mounted to the front.
i've only seen one person with it mounted on the front around me but if you would get into a front end wreck with a blower on the front that would be ugly...