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Erskine Skid Steer Snow Blower

July 30th, 2008

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Blowin™ Away…


This is the perfect blizzard battler. A quality built blower that really works! The Erskine Universal Snow Blower meets the tough demands of your skidsteer loader throwing snow up to 40″ while clearing paths down to the ground. Featuring a No-Freeze-Up design! Two important factors must be consideredwhen purchasing a snow blower for your skid steer loader-gallons per minute and hydraulic pressure (psi) are very important to the ultimate performance and your satisfaction. Erskine strongly recommends discussing these factors with us before purchasing a snow blower is custom engineered to provide maximum performance for each skid steer make and model.


Features:




  • Universal Quick Attach Plates fit most skid steers


  • Direct drive hydraulic auger


  • Replaceable bolt-on high carbon-steel cutting edge


  • Durable, super slippery chute prevents plugging


  • Hydraulic relief- no shear pins


  • Hydraulic control value with electric solenoid controls all chute functions


  • Easily-adjustable depth shoes

 


 


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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