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Rhino Plow/ blower and BOP walkbehind plow

Discussion in 'ATV / UTV Snow Removal' started by grasskeepers, Nov 20, 2010.

  1. grasskeepers

    grasskeepers Member
    Messages: 71

    here some pics of what i'm using this year





  2. grasskeepers

    grasskeepers Member
    Messages: 71


    Heres the rhino, i got pics coming of the 66 inch bernco snowblower coming tomorrow


  3. MatthewG

    MatthewG PlowSite.com Addict
    Messages: 1,390

    ^^^ I didnt think I had that many beers?! Nice Rhino
  4. lawntec

    lawntec Senior Member
    Messages: 112

    You will love the Walkbehind pow set up. I could not go a snow fall with out mine. However...here is what i have found.... In -20c weather the hydros need a minute to warm up, even if it ran 5 mins ago. I tried letting the machine run all morning while being trailer around and the bouncing caused fuel to fill the crank case. So, just be patient and let it warm up.
  5. wilkie

    wilkie Junior Member
    Messages: 24

    What type of mower/plow is that? who makes it I'd like to look into one if I can use it for dual purposes.
  6. grasskeepers

    grasskeepers Member
    Messages: 71

    its a better outdoor products mower dual hydro, the plow was bought at canadain tire it was for a lawn tractor and modifind the mounts with a couple pieces of angle iron. to sitch from mower to plow take about a hour
  7. rockytop

    rockytop Junior Member
    Messages: 19

    I cant see from the pics, but how do you raise plow on walk behind. I have a JD 48 w/a 19hp Kawi v twin I would like to set up like this.
  8. lawntec

    lawntec Senior Member
    Messages: 112

    I run a lesco WB plow. I just push down on the handles to bring the plow off the ground. It balances on the tires pretty easily.
  9. gemarsh

    gemarsh Junior Member
    Messages: 16

    Does it have a pull cord to help start it if the battery goes dead cranking it when it awfully cold out?

    Do you just remove the air filter and will it bring enough heat into the incoming air to help keep the carb from freezing up?

    Be Safe