Hiniker Company's expanded snow- and ice-control product line now includes two stainless-steel salt and sand spreaders. The 6.5-foot Model 620 is powered by an 8-hp engine and is designed to fit full-size, short-box pickups. The 8-foot Model 820 uses a 10.5-hp industrial/commercial engine and fits standard box trucks. Corrosion-resistant stainless steel is used to form the hopper, the hood, the engine plate and the spinner chute, disc and deflectors. Standard hopper capacities are 1.45 cu. yd. For the 6.5-foot unit and 1.78 cu. yd. For the 8-foot unit.
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Skid steer plow
The BOSS Snowplow has expanded its Trip-Edge Snowplow lineup and now offers skid-steer owners three new Trip-Edge Plow options including a 7.5-foot, 8-foot and 9-foot model. The adjustable mounting height on each of the plows has been engineered to accommodate both track and wheel skid-steer loaders. The plow features a trip-edge or base angle that is hinged on heavy-duty 1-inch diameter steel pivot pins with adjustable extension-style trip springs. The trip-spring mechanism can be adjusted to accommodate the job and allows for a smooth, even trip when striking an obstacle.
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Plow mounting system
The new Minute Mount 2 from Fisher Engineering is a snow attaching/removal system designed to eliminate hassle and save time. It features a built-in handle to disengage both connecting pins simultaneously for removing the plow; a lower gear that is flared twice as wide for easier drive-in alignment; a spring-loaded lift chain to automatically retract the life arm; and a stylish new look to complement today's new trucks.
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Snow Wolf's Ultra Series is a snowplow specifically designed for the skid steer, with blade features and frame construction built to match the skid steer's ability to move a heavy snow load. It's available in seven widths from 6 to 9 feet. The blade is angled to scoop snow rather than push it, then send the snow rolling, moving it off the blade quickly to keep the skid steer in control of the heavy snow load. A dual pivot, A-frame construction allows the blade to oscillate, following the contours of uneven ground without scraping. For sensitive areas, such as paving stones, a soft-touch cutting edge can be used to no steel contacts the surface.
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