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snow pushers

Discussion in 'Commercial Snow Removal' started by white diamonds, Jan 23, 2011.

  1. white diamonds

    white diamonds Junior Member
    from pgh, pa
    Messages: 12

    Looking for input on pros and cons of Steel tec pushers vs Protech vs Salt dogs, any information would be greatly appreciated.all three seem similar.
  2. cold_and_tired

    cold_and_tired PlowSite.com Addict
    Messages: 1,247

    I have a scoop dogg and it performs as advertised. I have not had any problems with mine and it's on its third season.

    My next pusher will have a steel edge though. I have to go over some of the packet down areas with the truck or other blade afterwards. Even with that, my profits are better than just a truck alone.
  3. CTerrySGD

    CTerrySGD Member
    Messages: 64

    I have two rubber edge pro tech and they work great. We send them out to move the bulk of the snow and then follow up with a truck for detail work. I have found the chained backhoe bucket type easier to use then the direct attachment type. Don't tighten the chains too tight as you want the bucket to float around a little so you keep the weight of the bucket on the front tires for steering.

    Unless you have thick ice I prefer the rubber edge as it is much more forgiving. Just doesn't do well in an ice storm, but what does....
  4. wannabeplowing

    wannabeplowing Senior Member
    Messages: 209

    The company I work for just bought a protech pusher to replace one that got totalled, we've only ran it a few times since buying it but it is very well built and does a great job. I've heard a lot of people talk highly about protech and so far our pusher is exactly as advertised.
  5. brad2555

    brad2555 Junior Member
    from ohio
    Messages: 9

    I had a snow dogg 12' pusher, used that thing one year and sold it, i have a skid steer pusher that was made by Bradco, don't think they make them anymore, but it is the best ive found, we made a pusher our selves out of a 12' boxblade, getting along great,
  6. Omran

    Omran Senior Member
    from KY
    Messages: 265

    I have a 10" snopro pusher whitch is now the pro tech and I really love it, I just bought it this season used, and I swear I don't like using my truck even, it is the best thing I ever purchesed for snow plowing.