Snow Blowers and Throwers

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Loftness Snowblower

Written By: Snow Blowing Man - Oct• 30•12

Snowblower by loftness. This is one of their heavier duty models. It’s the 1082H with 108 inches of cutting width (9ft wide 4ft tall mouth). This blower was special ordered from the factory to run on hydraulic pressure instead of a three point hitch on a farm tractor. It takes 50 gpm and 3000 psi to run this beast. I believe it weighs around 3300 pounds with the quick attach and hydraulic motor modifications. This video shows it running on hydraulic power to prove that it is operational. There were no leaks or problems. The hydraulic motor is made in Italy and is solid. The blower chute has been removed and is sitting on the snow blower in this video for shipping and storage purposes.

Originally posted 2011-07-25 05:25:24. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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2 Comments

  1. AngelFrank9 says:

    Thanks. I haven’t used this in the snow. I have an old ’51 Oshkosh w a TU3 blower that I’ve used instead. Like to sell this bugger…. but if not, it will be my back up. Would work great for someone who has a good sized front end loader. Could be modified with a small diesel engine and hydraulic power unit.

    Your bobcat setup looks kool! Lived in MN for a few months one winter…. Your machine will get great use there.

  2. superbobwiley1 says:

    thats a fucin ripper man have you put it to use yet ?we just got a smaller one at work that we have hooked up to a mt52 bobcat works great

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