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    Default Tire scraper in winter

    How does a rubber tire scraper fare in winter weather?

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    Like crap.

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    Doesn't clean slush well?

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    What about getting some old conveyor belt rubber and bolting to a frame and welding on a quick hitch ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lead Cow View Post
    What about getting some old conveyor belt rubber and bolting to a frame and welding on a quick hitch ?
    Not a bad idea. The idea of a tire scraper is the area within it to hold more manure as to make less passes and therefore a faster job

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    Our tire scraper works good above about 25 degrees then we switch to the manure bucket it's an outdoor feed bunk with a row of freestalls

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