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Plow for 763 Bobcat?

Discussion in 'Commercial Snow Removal' started by GMSNOW, Mar 22, 2007.


    GMSNOW Member
    Messages: 68

    I am looking at purchasing a '98 Bobcat 763 w/350 hrs. I am wondering what is the best plow to put on that machine. Now I am thinking of a straight blade - 8' minimum.

    What do you guys suggest?


    RBRONKEMA GHTFD 2000 Club Member
    Messages: 2,592

    Some guys will even go with a 10 foot snow pusher. If it were me I would go with a 10 foot blade with sides on it. Like a snow pusher. And then when you get that really wet stuff you can remove the sides. (You know make them removable) But thats just my $0.02.


    GMSNOW Member
    Messages: 68


    Do you know of a manufacturer of a 10' blade? Such as plow wolf....


  4. MnM

    MnM Senior Member
    Messages: 289

    a 10 foot box or blade would bury that 763. I would stick with a 7.5-8ft and if you really want wings get a 810. I have a 8ft box on a s-150 and thats even pushing it
  5. RLM

    RLM PlowSite.com Addict
    Messages: 1,270

    If you listen to these guy your going to say"Bobcats suck for snow work" Trust me I've been there. I had a 753 I bought with a 8' Blade, was horrible. Now we run two a 773 with a 7' blade & a 873 with the orignal 8' blade. The 873 does fine in most conditions, the 773 (even with a 7' blade) still gets pushed around by the blade. Mine are Bobcat brand, don't buy them, look for ones that occalate (float side to side) like the snowwolfs, that should help. Also get a poly or rubber edge or you'll be replacing ashphalt.
  6. itsgottobegreen

    itsgottobegreen PlowSite.com Addict
    Messages: 1,351

    8' protech snow pusher. It will make it out push any skid steer with a straight blade.