Someone Had to Figure it Out...
It's So Versatile
Pickup trucks have limited agility and visibility. The more snow you get, the smaller your parking area becomes. Loader buckets fill and spill over, that means lots of trips and lots of fuel. Skid Steers with buckets are inefficient and the high revving jerky motion we can live without. But, with a snow blade, now you’re getting somewhere.
Fork trucks operate very similar to a bobcat. You sit up high with great visibility overlooking the entire forklift blade, not to mention the unmatched maneuverability. Because forklifts are not very wide, as you turn sharp the rear wheels won’t be dragged through unplowed snow. Tough? They are more than tough and cruise through the snow at a plenty fast pace.
Why don’t you see snowplows on forklifts?
Because no one Answered the Questions…
- Why can’t a regular fork truck be driven in the snow?
- What size should the plow blade be? Should it angle?
- How do you simply operate it from the cab?
When you factor in the agility of a fork truck, it’s quite likely the most versatile Snow Removal Machine out there!
Here’s a few of our customers
What they're saying
“I just plowed 2 feet of snow. I love this thing. It’s incredible. Like you said, traction’s no problem with the tire screws!”Rocco A.New Jersey
“We can’t believe how well the plow works and the tire screws are awesome. It’s everything you say it is and it’s fun!”PepsiCoNew Hampshire
“Purchased the 7' plow a few years ago and I am very happy with the plow. I called last year to order the wing extensions.”Western Building CenterMontana