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Bobcat Heavy-Duty Snow Blades

October 30th, 2008

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Bobcat Company introduces a new line of heavy-duty snow blades that provides snow-removal operators with a long-lasting tool that helps increase productivity. Primary features of these attachments include blade oscillation, a trip edge and a box-style mainframe. Bobcat heavy-duty snow blades are available in 86-, 96- and 108-inch models. These snow blades are approved for use on Bobcat S130 to S330 skid-steer loaders, T140 to T320 compact track loaders, V417 VersaHandler telescopic tool carrier, the A300 all-wheel steer loader and Toolcat utility work machines. A double-action cylinder angles the blade 30 degrees to the left or right. Angling the blade is controlled from the cab by a fingertip control, which allows the operator to adjust the blade without removing hands from the loader steering levers. The blade oscillates five degrees to keep in contact with the surface, preventing the need for multiple passes to clear snow.

 

 

 

 

 

 

All Snow Blower and Blade Attachments Products From:

Case Construction

Caterpillar

Parker Hannifin Corporation

Hiniker Company

Erskine Attachments

CEAttachments

Bobcat Company

Werk-Brau Company Inc

ESCO Corporation

Worksaver Inc

REIST Industries Inc

Artic Snow and Ice Control

Pro-Tech

Arctic Snow and Ice Control Products

Paladin

Sheyenne Tooling and Manufacturing

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