4 Wheeler Snow Thrower - Snow Thrower
for a 4 Wheeler - Quad - RTV
|New - Versatile Plus Model
700582 - 2 Stage
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No snow is too hard to tackle!
$3500 with 13 HP engine 48" Wide
$4200 with 18 HP engine 48" Wide
$4800 with 23 HP engine 48" Wide
tires carry its own weight.
The snowblower can be stopped
with the electric PTO control.
|Electric chute control and electric spout control at your finger
Powered with an 18 or 23 horsepower v-twin overhead valve Vanguard engine
with an oil filter and oil pump.
Will connect quickly to your Utility vehicle, 4 wheeler, 4 X 6
Gators, UTV's, ATV's, utility ATV, garden tractors, and front mount tractors with
it's 1 7/8 inch hitch to the 1 7/8 inch ball on the back of your
Two adjustable chains in front keep the snowblower stable.
List of 15 options for the ATV UTV RTV snowblowers
Questions, comments, or ready to buy? Call1-800-618-8738 or firstname.lastname@example.org
||The subframe extension is adjustable
to 7 different positions.
We offer our exclusive polymer skid shoes for special surfaces where scratches
are a concern. Ask Jim about them.
|For longer vehicles the
option 700485 extends the subframe from 120" to 150" for the
Versatile 54" model 700460. |
The option 700475 for the 48"
Versatile Plus model 700582 extends the subframe from
111'' to 144''.
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||1. Emergency switch
2. Switch for the chute
3. Switch for the deflector
4. Switch for belt tensioner
chains support the position of the subframe.|
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& 60" Versatile model Utility
vehicle snow blower
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4 Wheeler Snow Thrower -
Questions and Answers
|Q: As I
ride my ATV pushing a plow for hours on end trying to cut through the wind
packed snow we have here in the Colorado Mountains, I'm asking myself why
don't I buy a snowblower instead. I've been looking at your web site, and I
think I'd like the model 700460 with the 18hp engine. I've got a Suzuki King
Quad 700 so there shouldn't be any problem with me pushing it around. Besides
the engine size, are there any other differences between the 18hp and 23hp
We're having the winter of winters for this valley, and I'm ready to get a
machine to help me get through the snow.
I've got tracks on my ATV. Will this model work with my ATV when I have the
tracks on? I'd like to be able to keep the tacks on, since that is my
'snowmobile' when I'm not plowing snow with it. I noticed that the ATV in the
video clip has tracks on it while it's pushing the snowblower, so I'm hopeful.
A: Yes with our
new style we just came out with you can quickly connect up to your ATV and
disconnect. The difference between the different models is the 700360 has a
control saddle and is especially made for ATVs that you straddle. The700460 model has a control panel instead of
the saddle. The control panel normally is put on your dash. This can be used
with any style ATV or UTV. The nice thing about control panel is that it can
be used with either type machine. Yes, our machines can be used on ATV's with
Q: I have a 2005 Polaris 4x4 Ranger that I need a snowthrower for. I live
in VT and get some heavy snows. How deep a snow can the 54"/23hp thrower
handle? I assumethe 60" can handle just about anything. How
is the cable winch, which I do not have installed, incorporated into the
A: You can handle
deeper snow than the top of the snowblowers with my 54 inch or 60 inch. You
would need a winch mounted on the front of your Ranger to raise and lower the
Q: I have an 800’+ driveway in southern Maine and am considering an ATV
with one of your snow blower accessories over a pickup truck and blade.
1. Can you recommend the type of ATV I should be concentrating on for use with
your snow blower ?
2. What precautions should I exercise for use on a gravel driveway ?
3. What is the maximum height of snow your snow blowers can effectively handle
A: If you are buying
the ATV strictly for snow blowing you do not need to buy a big powerful one as
it does not take much power to push this snowblower around with our caster
pneumatic tires that come standard on our snowblowers. For gravel driveways I
have optional heavy duty skid shoes available you can put on the snow machine.
These machines will work their way through a six-foot snow bank. I can give
you details on how to do this if you would ever have to do so.
Q: I have a
Honda 350ES Rancher 2 wheel drive ATV. My home has a paved asphalt driveway
that is raised 6 feet from street level. Will you snow blower work well in
this application? I don't think I have a PTO on the ATV so the self contained
unit will be needed.
A: Yes, you will have
plenty of power with your Honda 350 ES. You should put chains on your rear
drive wheels. I have sold these snowblowers in the past to ATV owners that had
just 2 wheel drive and it worked out fine with chains. I have the correct size
snowblower for your ATV. It is a 54 inch cut two stage with a v-twin overhead
valve oil filtered and oil pumped18 hp Vanguard engine that actually puts out
a short 20 hp. This engine also has electric start and a 16 amp charging
system. You do not need a PTO set up on your ATV with my snowblowers. All my
snowblowers are two stage.
Q: I have a Suzuki Vinson 500 4X4, is this big enough and will the blower fit
A: Yes my new style
Berco snowblowers will fit right on your ATV. Your 4X4 ATV is plenty big enough to
handle any of my snowblowers.
Part of my driveway is asphalt and the other is gravel. About 700
feet of asphalt and 1500 feet of gravel. Is there an ability to
raise the quad snow thrower a few inches on the gravel or does it rest low on the ground?
A: Yes those skid plates are fully
adjustable so you can adjust the cutting knife at the exact height
you want it to be off of the ground. I also have some heavy duty
skid plates available for heavy going applications.