hi shryp, I wonder how much additional traction that gets over a 2 wheeler on a typical paved driveway,i can see a advatage,though on a very uneven surface,such as cutting a path through a yard or up over curbing.. btw,welcome over here..
Ive seen them before, and wonderd how they steered. Im used to the normal one axle snowblower, and with those your able to kinda toss them around a bit. How are the 4 wheelers when you are working in tight spots?I have a White model 855 4x4 that is identical to the cub cadet in the photo. I have a very steep driveway and the low gear and 4x4 keep me from falling down when descending and the 4x4 pulls me up the icy hill with no problems. It is a very stable platform and much easier to steer than a tracked snowblower.
I agree with ya, Scot.Meh..I'm underwhelmed. My traction is perfectly fine with two wheels..IMO the only thing four wheels would give you is unnecessary added complexity and more things that can break down..I would place this in the "gimmick" catagory.