Skid Steer V-Plow

Series 29285/29295 Snowplow

Skid Steer V-Plow2018-03-23T16:57:04+00:00

Versatile Skid Steer V-Plows operate in Vee, scoop, angle or straight positions.

  • Torsion spring trip-edge protection
  • Two-way hydraulics provide full moldboard control in Vee, scoop, left, right or straight modes
  • Box-section steel-tube frame for long-term strength
  • Abrasion-resistant sheathing protects hydraulic hoses from wear
  • Universal mount plate for easy hook-up
Skid Steer V-Plow Floating, Oscilating Moldboard

Moldboard

Floating, oscillating moldboard stays on the ground in uneven terrain.

Skid Steer V-Plow HMW Poly Surface

Poly Surface

Slick HMW Poly Surface.

Features

  • Free floating blade with 15 degrees of horizontal oscillation to clean uneven surfaces
  • Rapid, easy hook up on skid steers equipped with universal mount plate
  • Box-section tubular steel frames for added strength
  • Blade comes complete with replaceable cutting edges and adjustable skid shoes
  • Includes electrical wiring harness and hydraulic hoses
  • Electro-hydraulic valve included with V-Plow and C-Plow models (not required for conventional or scoop plows)

Operating Requirements

  • Universal Mounting Plate
  • Auxiliary hydraulics outlets (one pair) with 2100 psi. pressure relief setting
  • Dealer or user must supply appropriate hydraulic couplers

Specifications

Skid Steer V-Plow Specifications
Model 29285 29295
Blade Width 8 1/2′ 9 1/2′
Blade Height 30″
Blade Thickness 1/4″ HMW Poly
Torsion Trip Springs 6
Weight 677 lbs. 716 lbs.

 

We reserve the right to amend these specifications at any time without notice. The only warranty applicable is our standard written warranty. We make no other warranty, expressed or implied.

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