It depends....sometimes I'm in low and others I'm in high blasting the fluffy stuff off into the ditch. Wet and heavy and/or deep....Low. Light fluffy and not so heavy, high. With more use you'll get the feel for it.
Around my house and driveway I use low a lot. But plowing the road down to the paved street I'm in high. It's about 1/4 mile to the pavement.
By the way.....Howdy neighbor! :wave: I'm just over the hill from you.
Plowing at night, with all the lights on, winching, winching, winching.....If I'm in high less than half hour of plowing my pod will start flashing at me. In low I can push snow for hours. When I'm done it goes on the tender.
I have only plowed in high when i first got my wheeler and I don;t think it's wise. Too much strain on the belt.
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