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Kimpex ATV Snowblower

Written By: Snow Blowing Man - Mar• 16•13

Kimpex ATV Snowblower Get more info at www.atvtracks.net

Originally posted 2011-10-30 05:03:53. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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26 Comments

  1. devonevans says:

    My buddy bought one he was not impressed almost 5g and it bogs down in moderate snow. We ended up buying a used walk behind we then modified it to work with the quad and had twice the performance with a motor that was actually 1hp less

  2. zjbeast says:

    @atvtracks For a 1/8th of that you can get a snow plow. It will also do a better job..

  3. happywombatproducts says:

    or just buy a regular snowblower for about 500 dollars brand new….or get a PLOW on your quad….

  4. thinkpad411 says:

    @atvtracks Or just buy a proper tractor that can blow snow and much more…

  5. Jacknyd says:

    2 Things keeps me from getting one, 1.st is, the price is way too high and i agree with others, i can buy a tractor with snowblower and use it year round. The 2nd is I can’t found dealers, and the warranty is NO good unless someone local can service it. I am not waiting 3 weeks to have one fixed when the snow is coming down.

  6. Jacknyd says:

    2 Thinks keeps me from getting one, 1.st is, the price is way too high and i agree with others, i can buy a tractor with snowblower and use it year round. The 2nd is I can’t found dealers, and the warranty is NO good unless someone local can service it. I am not waiting 3 weeks to have one fixed when the snow is coming down.

  7. wantblackwolf says:

    $5000, I’ll get a riding mower with the snowblower attachment. Snow removal in winter and grass mowing in summer, all on one engine, less gas. Keep the ATV for play time.

  8. 18bigred84 says:

    I would love to have this, but i agree it is alot of money.

  9. atvcanadavideos says:

    @bigbauer9 No doubt right?

  10. fmx4life1011 says:

    i still prefer snow plow than snow blowing it bc wen u plow it u can actualy lift the plow up this thing has to be a tank to lift up wit a winch i jus personaly dnt like this design

  11. sgtcrab1 says:

    In the heavy wet spring snow it is creeping in about 4 – 6 inches. Seems to lack power.

  12. home678 says:

    @rnasap I agree!! Make it do some work because most of us do not have time to only do half a pass at a time..

  13. BigBoysToys76 says:

    Well, If I am going to spend $5k next year, I want to see a full swath of 11″ or more. Thanks….I will be waiting.

  14. newport12343 says:

    $5000?! I want one but not at that price! Wow.

  15. slipknot555133 says:

    well it is a girl driving it…theres your poor performance!! hahaha jkjk dont take me seriously on that

  16. atvtracks says:

    I can assure you that these things work very well. The big atv blower has a dedicated 23HP V-twin engine. The big UTV blower has a 27HP V-twin.

  17. rnasap says:

    Not to be too critical but where in the video
    does it show it taking a full swath of 1 foot deep snow. All I see is half and quarter
    swath widths, which tells me something
    about the performance that someone didn’t want us to see. Correct me if I am wrong please.

  18. id4x4nut says:

    No problems at all. The manufacturer has done a great job with this unit.

  19. ggandsf says:

    Have you ever had any problems with the shutes freezing up? I am looking at buying a 3 year old used one that has the crank handle, but am tempted to buy a new one just for the power shutes. The power shute looks nice but will it break or stop working?

  20. pallibj says:

    This is VERY NICE video.

  21. cowtongue1991 says:

    looks like you are using the best quad made 3 thumbs up i have the same quad only with a plow love the video nice work !!

  22. bigbauer9 says:

    that costs as much as a atv

  23. atvtracks says:

    4795. plus 250 shipping, gary

  24. tilex08 says:

    how mutch do these go for?

  25. djd42553 says:

    thanks for the info..

  26. James Clancy says:

    To be honest, I don’t care what anyone says, they are one heck of a lot easier than going out and clearing that snow with a shovel. You need to make sure you don’t just buy any snowblower as well. Make sure you get one suited to your drive way. It makes a big difference.

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