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post #1 of 3 Old 09-26-2010, 05:22 PM Thread Starter
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Rear-mounted snowblowers

I'm interested in the Erskine 1080 RM . Will it deposit snow next to the rear tire of tractor when operating in parking lots or next to buildings?

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im not 100% sure on this but i dont think it will deposit snow next to the rear tire. worst case i think the chute is adjustable which should help you control where the snow goes. heres a link to the erskine website.

108" Rear Mount Snowblower : Erskine Attachments, Inc.
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Those machines should blow snow 20-30 feet. I have two buddies with them attached to their tractors. Works fine but it's usually pretty slow going. Slow but sure and steady.
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