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four wheeler snow blower attachment

Discussion in 'Commercial Snow Removal' started by HYDROCLEAN, Jan 10, 2001.


    HYDROCLEAN Junior Member
    Messages: 12

    Does anyone know of a snow blower that will attach to a four-wheeler? Kind of like a lawn tractor blower attachment except for a four-wheeler.
  2. Iceman

    Iceman Member
    Messages: 31

    Check out Polaris. They for one I know offer a snowblower for ATV's. But be prepared for sticker shock, they cost like 3K!!
  3. NEAL

    NEAL Member
    Messages: 98

    Yes a company called Kimpex makes one. They make plows and other ATV accessories too. It costs about 2000.00 for the blower but then you need to get a 12 horse engine to power it. The unit is supported by its own wheels and is lifted with a winch or manually. If you cant find them on the internet I can get their phone number for you.

  4. Iceman

    Iceman Member
    Messages: 31

    Polaris snowblower comes complete with engine. The one I seen, has the blower in front with the frame extending back underneath the ATV. The engine is mounted behind the machine. Quite a contraption if you ask me.
  5. Chuck Smith

    Chuck Smith 2000 Club Member
    from NJ
    Messages: 2,317

    I bet it would be easy to buy a used blower, and adapt the parts to fit on a ATV. You could also buy the parts and the engine seperately.

    A snowblower is a very simple machine, especially when you don't need the transmission. I mean you have the auger housing, the auger, the impeller, the discharge chute, and the drive pulley. All that when assembled, is attached to the other half of the snowblower by 4 bolts in most cases. All you'd need to do is make a plate to mount the engine on, and......

    Man, sorry, I get carried away sometimes, I am supposed to be finishing my next snowplowing newsletter!