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    Poor Boy Snow Pusher - Anyone Use This ?

    Never seen one till now.
    Reuse of old loader tires. A little steel and some bolts. These can be made cheap. But weight might be an issue
    Not scraping up your nice driveway priceless. And apparantly they make great manure scrapers.
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    Gonna make one when I find a tire the right size for cheap.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jdmich View Post
    Gonna make one when I find a tire the right size for cheap.
    If one comes across a free tire you can make two. One for you and one to sell. That and a few packs of sawzall blades. Anyone love the smell of burning rubber. There will be lots as your cutting the tire....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Axle54 View Post
    If one comes across a free tire you can make two. One for you and one to sell. That and a few packs of sawzall blades. Anyone love the smell of burning rubber. There will be lots as your cutting the tire....

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    Looking at that scraper,, it looks like one tire can be cut into FOUR scrapers!!,,
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    Quote Originally Posted by Axle54 View Post
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    I like the idea of the 3pt attachment on both sides of the implement.
    That idea could be made to work on a number of things.
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    I believe those started out as manure scrapers. I have seen them used as snow plows.

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    Wonder if you could turn it around

    We've got a couple of old tractor tires sitting around. I might have to try making a frame and turn the tire around so it works like a V plow on the FEL. I'm guessing the rounded edge would make the tire just slide up and over anything but light puffy snow but it might be an interesting experiment.

    A rear tractor tire might be too much for the 300 loader, I might have to look at a truck tire instead. . . It shouldn't be too hard to make something that would slide onto pallet forks.

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