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pusher box

Discussion in 'Commercial Snow Removal' started by bds landscaping, Oct 5, 2003.

  1. bds landscaping

    bds landscaping Junior Member
    Messages: 20

    this year i got a lot that needs a loader on site i plan on renting a deere 544 or 644 and i would like to run at least a 14 foot box i went on pro techs web site and saw what they recommended but i want to get some input from someone on this site on what these machines will handle the longest pushes i will be making will be around 50 yards any input will help thanks.
  2. Rob Hausrath

    Rob Hausrath Member
    Messages: 51


    A JD 544 will push a 14' SnoPusher without a problem, and you could probably get by with a 16' for the short pushes that you are looking at.

    A JD 644 would be ideal with a 16' pusher, an 18' max... (again, only because you are loking at short pushes...)

    Good Luck!

  3. gordyo

    gordyo Senior Member
    Messages: 527

    I have a 12' pusher for my John Deere 344H loader and the loader has no problems, I could go up to at least a 14' with ease and maybe even a 16'.
  4. Santo

    Santo Banned
    Messages: 255

    How many inches down vs. how long the push.

    Instant igloo theory.
  5. bds landscaping

    bds landscaping Junior Member
    Messages: 20

    thanks for all the replies il probibly go with a 14 foot box and a 544