I'm not sure if this is the right forum or not, but I figured this applies to more than just the specific model tech forums.
I'm going to be using my 300 for snow removal this winter, currently i have some very old but serviceable turf tires on the back, with wheel weights and chains.
I have a set of used ATV tires that would fit the rims sitting in the barn, i was thinking they might work better because i could air them down, its going to be a good 3-4 hour job (I do have an extra set of rims, so thats good) swapping it all around.
I'm not sure if its worth the time and hassle. Are the turf tires with chains going to cut it when the white stuff really starts piling up? Anyone running ATV tires? Is there something else that is the bees knees for snow and ice traction?
I was also looking at some ZTR tires that my neighbor has on his machine, they almost look like car snow tires, anyone run anything like that?
I have lugged Ag tires on my ford tractor and they don't do anything on snow, might even be worse than slicks.
We had 100+ inches up here in northern wisconsin last year so its definitely worth spending a little time and money to get this rig dialed in.