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Kage Snow Equipment?

Discussion in 'Skid Steers' started by Steve Frazier, May 24, 2020 at 4:29 AM.

  1. Steve Frazier

    Steve Frazier Founder

    Oct 31, 2003
    LaGrangeville, N.Y.
    I'm posting this here because the attachment I'm looking at is designed for skid steers but I'm considering it for a front loader with quick attach plate. Does anyone have experience with Kage snow equipment? I have a New Holland Powerstar 4.75 at work I want to equip for moving snow. I already have a rear mounted Blizzard snow blower for it I've used to blow back the windrows but I want to have it available as a back up for plowing if one of the trucks goes down. I was trying to decide whether a plow or pusher box would be best for what we do but this attachment by Kage easily converts from one to the other! Looks good on paper but I think we've all found that sometimes that doesn't prove true in reality. Has anyone used their products?

    I'm looking at the 10 foot version of this: