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truck mounted snowblower help?

Discussion in 'Commercial Snow Removal' started by Kirby ent, Oct 11, 2005.

  1. Kirby ent

    Kirby ent Member
    Messages: 94

    Can someone give me insight?
    I need to put a snowblower on a truck,we have no where to plow the snow in our residential settings.
    I have no expierence with Hanson blower but a 27 HP on a tractor would never do it.
    I have been working with a Hydro shop and snowblower company for weeks now trying to figure out the power plant for the bed of the truck to run the blower. Cans omeone tell me what kind of problems I might have with this setup?
    I think I'm going with a Kubota V3300-E @ 2600 RPM which will give the pump 64 HP @ 2300 . This should give the pump 30 GPM at 3000 psi.
    The skidsteer guys told me this is the flow I need!

    Thanks Mike
  2. snoking

    snoking Senior Member
    Messages: 161

    I have one....200hp engine in back bed which runs a hrdro pump. loftness blower on front with hydro motor on splined shaff...its sweet blowes snow over 100 feet long...maybe40-50 ft up....
  3. lumps

    lumps Senior Member
    Messages: 365

    some standard diesel pickups (like f-350s+) have a PTO option if i remember right. would that be enough to push a blower, or are they more for just dump bodies and such?
  4. mr hydroseed

    mr hydroseed Member
    Messages: 53

    got any pictures of that snowblower on your truck?

    i've been dreaming of having a truck with a snowblower on it, details!!! pictures???
  5. snoking

    snoking Senior Member
    Messages: 161

    no,...they only push 8-15gpm.....im using 550gpm....