1997 - Volume #21, Issue #6, Page #26[ Sample Stories From This Issue | List of All Stories In This Issue | Print this story | Read this issue]
Quick-Tach Snow Blade Mounts In Loader Bucket
The snow plow mounts on a frame that can be attached to the bucket in only about 30 seconds. You simply extend a telescoping bar to each side of the bucket and insert a pin into each end of the bar. A steel "Z-bar" slips under the front edge of the bucket to keep the blade from hinging upward as it's moving. Blade angle can be manually adjusted up to 30 degrees. Four springs mounted be-hind the blade keep it on the ground.
"It eliminates the need to put the bucket on or off all the time, and the quick tach feature allows you to quickly convert the bucket to other uses such as loading and piling snow," says Norm Fisher. "It'll fit any bucket from 4 to 8 1/2-ft. wide and is available in 6, 7, 8 1/2, and 10-ft. widths. Moldboard height is 25 in. on the 6-ft. model and 32 in. on the other models. A 6-ft. wide model sells for $1,125 while a 10-ft. wide model sells for $2,400. We also offer optional hydraulic-adjustable blades."
Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Fisher Mfg. Co., Box 118, New Paris, Ohio 45347 (ph 800 437-7879; fax 937 962-4952).
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