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snow wolf plow/pusher

Discussion in 'Heavy Equipment' started by bobcatdoug, Feb 4, 2010.

  1. bobcatdoug

    bobcatdoug Junior Member
    Messages: 14

    finally got to use my 9ft snow wolf plow and pusher today, thing is absolutely amazing and built like a brick!! 100% approved! should have bought years ago!!
  2. lawnkale

    lawnkale Senior Member
    from Indiana
    Messages: 155

    lets see some pics of your set-up
  3. icudoucme

    icudoucme Senior Member
    Messages: 367

    I agree! I looked into the Kage System it was more and seemed to be a little light on the build. I love the snowwolfe it's built to take a beating and is easy to maintain. it cleans un even pavement with no issue. I love how you can take the wings off and use it to back blade and windrow. It used to take me about a 1.25 hours to do a lot that was split up by a building. I have to push the snow that is in the front parking lot to the back parking lot. There is 9'6" alley way to push the snow threw. That ate up alot of time pushing all the snow back there. Now with a skid and the snowwolfe it takes me about 30-45 minutes. Here are some pics of it in action. Mine is only an eight footer(actually measures 8' 9"). I have some pictures of the actual frame and bolts but they are on my personal computer. I'll try to put those up later.





    Last edited: Feb 4, 2010
  4. robjets

    robjets Member
    Messages: 33

    what was the price tag on that?
  5. bobcatdoug

    bobcatdoug Junior Member
    Messages: 14

    ill try to get a pic of my rig tomm and post (if i can figure it out!) 9ft blade and box complete delivered cost a even 5100 for me (after some haggelin!) guy i dealt with was very pleasant, responded fast to email questions and gave me a personal guarantee if i didnt like it he'd spend money out of his own pocket to have it shipped back! industry needs more guys like this!
  6. icudoucme

    icudoucme Senior Member
    Messages: 367

    The salesmen at MILTON cat really took good care of me on the price (correct me if i'm wrong) I bought the plow and skid from there. The plow was 3,200 and the skid 55,000. I financed it at 3.99% over 5 years. According to my accountant i can amortize it as an asset so it's almost interest free over the payment period. If I had the business call and the cash I'd buy another one with at least a 10' pusher/plow. These plows/pusher combos are awesome. I think the only thing better might be the sectional pusher. It literally takes seconds to remove the box ends and seconds to put it back on. You can stack no problem and push into hard piles and not bend the sides. So far the ends have been forgiving as far as finding sidewalks they just tip back alittle. After having a full trip plow for my whole plowing life the trip edge is just the best invention since the V plow.
  7. Jay brown

    Jay brown PlowSite.com Addict
    Messages: 1,783

    that CTL looks nice!!

    NICHOLS LANDSCA PlowSite Veteran
    Messages: 4,362

    How many hours were on the machine?
  9. forestfireguy

    forestfireguy PlowSite.com Addict
    Messages: 1,276

    Does the blade angle or is it fixed?
  10. rob_cook2001

    rob_cook2001 2000 Club Member
    Messages: 2,192

    The snow wolf plows angle.
  11. icudoucme

    icudoucme Senior Member
    Messages: 367

    It had 110 hours.
  12. cmo18

    cmo18 Senior Member
    Messages: 815

    thats an awesome setup for sure
  13. jomama45

    jomama45 PlowSite.com Addict
    Messages: 1,190

    X2. :salute:

    Does anyone remember the website for snow wolf?

    I'm mostly curious of how/if the pusher section is atatched at the bottome of the plow as well, ie: do you have to get out of the machine to pin it on, or is it simply held on by the top forks?
  14. bobcatdoug

    bobcatdoug Junior Member
    Messages: 14

    they dont really have a website, you are correct it is only held by the top forks as is all is needed since all it is is just 2 wings with some support pieces tie'n it all together, you have to tilt the bucket almost completely forward to detach this thing which you never have to do pushing and piling the snow. i got a email and phone number to the guy that kinda runs the company in minneapolis (who i bought from) if your interested, awesome guy to answer your questions with no selling pressure.
  15. icudoucme

    icudoucme Senior Member
    Messages: 367

    Bobcatdoug I didn't mean to high jack your thread. I was just so happy to see that someone else thinks snowolfe is awesome too.
  16. cretebaby

    cretebaby PlowSite Veteran
    Messages: 4,162

  17. 02DURAMAX

    02DURAMAX PlowSite.com Addict
    Messages: 1,229

    Snow wolf Are the only Plows they use around here for Skids...My uncles has one and its on its 7th Season. Not one Kage Blade here, Don't even think we have a dealer here.
  18. bobcatdoug

    bobcatdoug Junior Member
    Messages: 14

    why i started the thread! get input on more wolf fans! and to help others out that are interested, you didnt offend me 1 bit dont worry about it!! (nice looking machine you have there!)
  19. bobcatdoug

    bobcatdoug Junior Member
    Messages: 14

    pic as promised of my rig. IMG00009-20100205-1317[1].jpg

  20. snocrete

    snocrete Banned
    Messages: 2,862

    Very Nice Setup!!!! Have you considered putting wolf paws on it? I can see how chains would provide great traction.......but is tearing up the pavement ever an issue for you?