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skid steer snow blower

Discussion in 'Heavy Equipment' started by MNPLOWCO, Nov 13, 2011.

  1. MNPLOWCO

    MNPLOWCO Senior Member
    Messages: 987

    I'm looking for a good used 72"+ high flow for my S300 7 pin Bobcat.
    MN, or close. Any out there for a reasonable price.....not a new price..I can by at a new
    price anywhere...reasonable. Thanks
     
  2. Idahoktmrider

    Idahoktmrider Junior Member
    Messages: 11

  3. timm9

    timm9 Senior Member
    Messages: 168

    As you are looking at used Blowers, it is critical that the hydraulic blower motor is propperly 'matched' to the output of the S300 which I believe is 35 or 36 GPM. If the blower motor is not matched you will be less than pleased with the performance of the blower. A replacement main fan motor runs around $600.00. Additionally, if you find an Erskine unit you can easily convert it to a 7 pin connection that will function with the S300.
     
  4. MNPLOWCO

    MNPLOWCO Senior Member
    Messages: 987

    Thanks for checking in!

    John, your set up looks nice. And price is good. Only issue with CASE to Bobcat is the conversion kit it around 500.00 (7pin Bobcat proprietary) and then shipping ( a couple hundred or more) and I'm at the same as a new SB200 with exact fit for my 31 gpm. Full warranty. So I'm taking the plunge on new. Thanks so much for the reply. Hope your winter season is profitable!!

    Cheers, MNPLOWCO
     
  5. Lazy John

    Lazy John Junior Member
    Messages: 4

    That's a really nice deal that you got there.