In order to make the most of your skid steer, you must have the proper attachments for inclement weather such as snow. There are particular types of attachments that complement the ability of skid steers. To make the most use of any skid steer, there are 3 specific attachments for snow that are must-haves.
With variable down pressure, this is the highest quality snow blade for skid steers. To control just how much scraping pressure you place on the cutting edge, this blade has a spring-loaded quick attach. The pro series snow blade has numerous features that include a hydraulic angle, 35˚ Angle, and an engineered curl that keeps the snow rolling. Further, the blade also has adjustable wear shoes, corner markers, variable spring-assisted down pressure, and full trip design to make plowing snow much easier.
Two different types of snow pushers are offered: standard duty and extreme duty. For less extreme use and for those that are looking for a budget-conscious pusher that is still high quality, the standard duty is perfect.
For heavy commercial use, however, the extreme duty snow pusher is recommended. Bolt-on replaceable wear shoes, 10-gauge moldboards, and a rubber cutting edge are all offered by both snow pushers.
Benefits of the extreme duty snow pusher include corner markers, 10-gauge moldboard, very heavy construction for heavy use, and 3/8” side plates. The standard duty, on the other hand, includes features such as ¼” side plates and is available in 96” and 120”, in addition to being well-priced.
Used for light material that includes chicken litter, feed, mulch, snow, and other bulk materials, the snow and mulch bucket is a high capacity bucket. For increased visibility, the bucket comes with a mesh strip attached to the 32” high back. Tying the floor into the back for power, the bottom is 38” deep with reinforced ribs. Some of the added features of the bucket include powder coat finish, bolt-on-edge availability, and it comes in 84”, 96” and 102” widths.