Skid Steer Snow Plow

A skid steer snow plow attachment is designed to move large amounts of snow with each pass, but that is not all. A quality built snow blade with a moldboard lock will also allow you to easily switch from snow to dirt Skid Steer Snow Plowblading.  This goes a long way toward maximizing your attachment investment and fully utilizing your skid steer.  Imagine getting a return on your snow investment year round.

The snow blade attachment is perfect for snow removal on driveways, wider sidewalks, and parking lots.  The attachment is made for use in extreme cold and heavy snow conditions.  It is very effective for personal use and yet has great potential for increasing your earnings with commercial use.  When weather conditions change abruptly, as often is the case, you will be ready to quickly and efficiently provide service to your customers, and that is the key to making your business a success.

There are a few basic types of snow plows; straight blade, scoop blade, angle blade and the V-blade (two blades angled together to form a V shaped plow).  The general use of a straight blade is to pile snow while a scoop blade allows you to pile the snow as well as scoop or push it.  The angle blade can be adjusted to either a left or right angle with hydraulic controls, thus allowing you to push snow to one side or another.  The V-blade allows you to plow right through deeper snow. 

Designed for snow, but built heavy enough for light dirt work, Skid Pro Attachment’s dual-utility blade has class-leading options and features including two angle cylinders for better strength and smoother angling, plus an over-sized, reversible cutting edge and deep dish moldboard with removable height extensions. The height extensions enhance the deep dish moldboard and they work together to increase the curl of the snow in front of the blade when pushed, this allows for more snow movement with each pass.  If you have challenging snow conditions and light dirt work, this blade can take care of your work fast. Oversized skid shoes & steel edge make it easy to get optimal down pressure & performance. The lock down design prevents moldboard tripping, enabling better dirt work performance.  This attachment is engineered for commercial use and long life in the most extreme work conditions and is available in five different widths: 48” – 60” – 72” – 84” – 96”.  Super Duty models are available for large-framed skid steers and track loaders in 9’ (108”) & 10’ (120”).

Some other types of skid steer accessories that are available for snow removal are the skid steer snow blower and skid steer snow pusher.

Some bigger equipment options are tractor snow plows and the backhoe snow plow. As you can see, there are many varieties of snow removal attachments on the market.

When sub-zero temperatures and heavy snow fall arrive, be ready to handle anything that comes your way, with a skid steer snow blade attachment. 

Go to our skid steer snow plow page to get more information, or call us direct at 877-378-4642 to speak to a specialist.