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Discussion in 'Equipment, Tools & Vehicle Pictures' started by Perry., Jan 22, 2014.

  1. Perry.

    Perry. Member
    Messages: 43

    Hey guys i'm interested to see what size pusher you're using .
    mine is only 12'
    post pics if you have them!!

    SHAWZER PlowSite.com Addict
    Messages: 1,287

    Just got a new Horst 5500 12 foot pusher , Komatsu 250 could handle a wider one but 12 is easier when driving in town.
  3. DuramaxLML-42

    DuramaxLML-42 Senior Member
    Messages: 258

    Cat 924K With Arctic Sectional 16 footer

    Cat 924K With Arctic Sectional 16 footer
    Cat 924K With Arctic Sectional 16 footer

  4. DuramaxLML-42

    DuramaxLML-42 Senior Member
    Messages: 258

    2011 Blizzard. Volvo with 16 foot Sectional

    2011 Blizzard at orland square mall. Volvo L90E pushing a 16foot sectional snow pusher. We usually run 19 footers on the L90s but they are too wide to get down the isle ways when the cars park. This machine pushed this snow with no problem at all.

    Dad's Snow Pictures 080.JPG
  5. Diesel Dan

    Diesel Dan Senior Member
    Messages: 219

    12' pusher on Cat 416C 4x4 (about 80 hp) 10' would be a better fit for this unit.


    RBRONKEMA GHTFD 2000 Club Member
    Messages: 2,592

    We have a avalanche 12' behind it right now is a Deere 544k. We have had a old dresser, and a cat it62g also behind it. We rent loaders from a company who buys and re sells them. It's difficult to get used to a loader because it can be gone sooner than you think.
  7. lawnboy2121

    lawnboy2121 Senior Member
    Messages: 470

    10 ft on an old international backhoe 2wd pushes like an animal

  8. DuramaxLML-42

    DuramaxLML-42 Senior Member
    Messages: 258

    Cat906H pushing a 15.5foot Arctic Sectional Snow pusher. Yes they push the plow great. Ive got plenty of first hand experience to prove it.

    Dad's Snow Pictures 353.0001.jpg
  9. r.renterprises

    r.renterprises Member
    Messages: 31

    12' avalanch on a cat 914g and a 10' ffc on a deere 244j both work great but want another avalanch with steel cutting edge dont care for the rubber ones
  10. dirtyscag

    dirtyscag Senior Member
    Messages: 121

    We are running a 12' on the 89 IT12, a 14' on the 95 924F, and a 16' on the 95 928F. The little loader only has a backhoe pusher on it so it doesn't get bogged down to much. I have a picture of all three just wont load.
  11. TKLAWN

    TKLAWN PlowSite Veteran
    Messages: 3,637

    Love the pics of the pushers. Keep them coming!
  12. Hysert

    Hysert PlowSite.com Addict
    Messages: 1,676

    Heres my 410.. only a 10footer but the price was right and it was virtually brand new...

  13. twincityerosion

    twincityerosion Junior Member
    Messages: 6

    Nice setup! I can't decide on a arctic or a kage for the loader though.
  14. Perry.

    Perry. Member
    Messages: 43

    12' on this one

  15. shaunnshelly

    shaunnshelly Senior Member
    Messages: 143

    16' here. Largest pusher we have is 18' all Pro-Tech

  16. dirtyscag

    dirtyscag Senior Member
    Messages: 121

    Cant beat a Pro-Tech!!
  17. 1olddogtwo

    1olddogtwo PlowSite Fanatic
    Messages: 12,174

    How about a video.....


    Have more on my channel
  18. dirtyscag

    dirtyscag Senior Member
    Messages: 121

    Finally got it to load IT12 with 12', 924 with 14' and 928 with a 16'

    loaders 44+.jpeg
  19. Maclawnco

    Maclawnco Senior Member
    from OH
    Messages: 695

    First time in 3 years owning sectionals that I ran one today. After seeing first hand what these things do, you would have to be crazy to say a fixed box plow is better than these. Sorry, just not true.
  20. dirtyscag

    dirtyscag Senior Member
    Messages: 121

    I have never ran a sectional or seen one work so cant really say that one is better then the other. My theory behind it is more moving parts equals more problems. But would really like to try it to see what they are all about!