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Plans for a snow pusher

Discussion in 'Construction Equipment Attachments' started by scm, Dec 6, 2009.

  1. scm

    scm Member

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    Does anyone know where I could find the plans to fabricate a snow pusher attachment for a loader?

    I'm a welder/fabricator, and a friend of mine wants me to build one for his loader. He is looking for a pusher that is approx. 14' wide-3' tall with 3' sides. I could just go look for one and do some measurements but it sure would be nice to just download some prints in pdf form.

    Tom
     
  2. heavylift

    heavylift Senior Member

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    I googled ... didn't see any plans ... but there are plenty of photos that should help you build one
     
  3. scm

    scm Member

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    I spent some time google searching as well.
    There are a lot of images, however not quite the detail that I'm looking for. I guess I will have to drive around to find one and do some measurements and get some photos. ( It shouldn't be hard to find one this time of year in Michigan)

    I'll post a follow-up on my progress if anyone is interested in building one themselve.
     
  4. Drag.liner

    Drag.liner Member

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    We just built one last fall. So if you still need any tips let me Know.
     
  5. helpguy88

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    Snow Pusher Plans

    I found a website that sells all kinds of plans to build your own attachments. I purchased some pins and bushings from them last year, they were top of the line at almost 1/2 the dealer cost. They also have different types of plans Check out Excavatorpins.com I hope this helps.
     
  6. equipments

    equipments New Member

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    Hello, u want any tips than let me know........