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post #1 of 4 Old 08-21-2018, 09:37 AM Thread Starter
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Vintage skid steer snowplow machine

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Could be a neat project. Can anyone guess who manufactured these?

https://cnj.craigslist.org/grd/d/2-v...676739115.html

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1979 Toro 5/24 38040 (now a 6.5/24)
1983 Craftsman FF20 plow tractor
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I see what looks like a Timken badge on the dash but no luck with a photo search for something like it. That would be cool with a snow blade on the front or a Bercomac self powered two stage.

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Thanks for looking. I cant find anything either. Maybe its a shop/homemade contraption

Looks like a ~30hp VE4 4 cylinder Wisconsin engine though

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They look a little too well finished IMHO to be a shop or homemade. That badge on the dash looks more like something that was manufactured for commercial/industrial use.
I broke down and emailed to see if the poster knew the manufacturer and the approximate age of them.

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