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    I am thinking of making a snow pusher from an old tractor tire to fit into the bucket of my skidsteer. Any thoughts and suggestions appreciated.
    RC 50, Case 1835C, Samsung SLE130, 85 Mack Rolloff, 73 INT. Trans Star.

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    Default Re: tire scraper

    Sounds like a plan, just have to be a very large tire to be that much bigger than the bucket to make it worth the effort.

    Maybe a very large loader tire cut in half.

    Good luck, JB.
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    Default Re: tire scraper

    www.skidsteerforum.com
    On the home page go to home made attachments,then you will see different ideas on snow blades and other dozers.

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    When you want to build a scraper from a tire - think manure... Manure Scrapers | Mensch Manufacturing MikeD74T

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    Default Re: tire scraper

    Thanks all
    RC 50, Case 1835C, Samsung SLE130, 85 Mack Rolloff, 73 INT. Trans Star.

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