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No Bercomac Forum???

Just bought a nice 72" Bercomac snowblower and mounted it on my JD HPX Gator. Any plans for a Bercomac Forum?
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Well if the that is a fairly common brand we can certainly add that in the future. For now it would fit in the 'General Snowblower Discussion' section.

Does anyone else think it would be good to add a Bercomac section?

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Well if the that is a fairly common brand we can certainly add that in the future. For now it would fit in the 'General Snowblower Discussion' section.

Does anyone else think it would be good to add a Bercomac section?
My opinion is....... this is a more unique setup and should be addressed in the "General Snowblower Discussion" area Very sweet setup by the way That sucker looks like it could move some serious snow in a very short period of time

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post #4 of 8 Old 01-10-2012, 08:51 PM
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Never heard of it before this thread!
Im sure its a fine product, but definitely on the more obscure end of the spectrum, as far as manufacturers go..so I would say no, no need for its own forum..

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post #5 of 8 Old 01-11-2012, 07:06 AM
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They have a very extensive line of products including cabs, snowblowers, sweepers and blades. Also a large dealer network. The brand could have a place on the forum line up. They're mentioned quite often over on MTF.
BERCO Accessories for garden tractors and lawn, snowblower for ATV and UTV
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berco makes almost all the 2 stage units for garden tractors IE: deere, simplicity, honda, toro to name a few. Well known and well built.
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Bumping this thread up. I would be interested in a Bercomac brand category in the forum. Would participate actively as a dealer with plenty of experience on the applications, fitment, repairs, and parts availability. Bercomac remains a very active brand, including extensive supply to other OEM branding such as Mahindra.

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SO Bercomac was the one that shorted me on parts for the JD piece of junk I bought in 2011 and that I am stuck with eh?

They would sell more of those things if they bothered to build single stage units to mount on lawn tractors, UTV's and RTV's and it would weigh much less as it does not require the drive train that their two stage units have.


The fellow with the gator is going to need tube sand and chains for his gator.

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