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super snow blower

just had google pop a ad for this thing .they call it the ultimate snowblower, one you need a CDL to use.


The ultimate snow fighting machine - T95 - J.A. Larue
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post #2 of 14 Old 12-03-2017, 05:01 AM
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Oh my, that's just way more than I need. I'm looking at a simple powered brush for my needs.
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post #3 of 14 Old 12-03-2017, 06:14 AM
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Sometimes the snowbanks are taller than you can see, and you need a GPS to know where to shoot the snow (and find your house):
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Oh my, that's just way more than I need. I'm looking at a simple powered brush for my needs.
like this?? yes google chrome is throwing snow blower ads at me big time


https://www.ventrac.com/solutions/sn...SAAEgJ4w_D_BwE
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fueling that big beast would be like fueling the fish boat since the optional tank holds 450 gallons of diesel to feed the 2 motors up to 800 to feed the augers and 655 to make it move. or about 40 gallons a hour,
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Those two pictures are either from the highlands in Scotland or the "going to the sun road" which I believe is in or near Glacier National Park.
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Wink snow etc.

The Beilhack HB1600S giant snow clearer mounted on a wheeled carrier like the Mercedes 6 wheel Unimog is tested to clear more than 22,000 tons per hour of snow pack. The Beilhack HB1600S railway snow clearer is rated at 22,000+ tons per hour as well with the snow plow wings and the boom mounted ice breaking propellers fully spread on the first pass with first cut being fifteen feet wide. The open design of the snow clearing heads and the discharge chutes behind them allow it to clear snow of any depth as the 4 ice and snow breaking propellers break the snow and ice into its smallest fraction before it enters the snow clearing discs.



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Imagine this, Leonz...


You have a Larue T95 in a hangar along with a fire truck pumper. You get a weekly convoy of 18-wheeled tankers all filled with, you got it...FLUID FILM, to spray that bad boy down with using your pumper.


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Just think about how far that machine would throw snow if they added an impeller kit....

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They use snowblowers and power brooms like this at my local airport in Syracuse NY, one of the snowiest cities in the country. Last time the airport shutdown was during the 9/11 terrorist attacks. Snow never shuts it down.
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