plow for a walkbehind

lawman

LawnSite Member
Has anyone built or know were to buy a plow for a walk behind mower? I saw one in pro mag. that was made by their shop. I would love to get a hold of a set of plans or a name of a dealer thank you for your help.
 

AB Lawn Care

LawnSite Senior Member
Location
Ontario
Well i'm the guy you want to talk to!I plow snow with a 14hp kohler dual hydro scag walk-behind.We have a 44' blade on the front.What kind of walkbehind do you have??????Is it a dual hydro?????Let me know!I should be able to help you out!Oh ya!Just so you know,plowing with our scag is 1 of the best decisions we ever made!Get back to me and I will help you out!
 

mdb landscaping

LawnSite Silver Member
Location
Glastonbury, CT
if your talking about a leaf plow then the company jrco makes one. if youre talking about a snowplow then i dont really know what to tell you. ive never seen one on a walkbehind
 

gene gls

LawnSite Gold Member
I was looking into plows for a walk behind last year and I belive Bunton was one of three that I found.I gave up on the idea because of the overall length of the unit.I bought a little Toro snow blower.
 

Barkleymut

LawnSite Bronze Member
AB, I live in an area where we get snow once every 3 or 4 years (central Virginia). I don't want to buy a truck (my current truck is 2WD) and a plow and then have them sit for 3 years waiting for the white stuff. How much is a plow for a WB? I have a 48" Lesco with dual hydros. I know it has great power and seems unstoppable but could it plow good size parking lots or do you just use it for driveways. Any help would be appreciated.
 

Eric ELM

Husband, Father, Friend, Angel
Location
Chicago, IL USA
That would be more for sidewalks and driveways Andy. My JD is great for that too, but even a small parking lot would take forever.
 

tlcgrounds

LawnSite Member
Location
SE Kansas
hey Barkley I'm in the same boat. I bought an atv thinking a truck plow was overkill on the overhead. I sold it thinking I could do better with a $35.00 snow shovel for my guys and limiting myself to residentials. But what if the big one came. Well I have found that the guys at Exmark can solve this problem. They make 60" plows for their lazers. a bit pricy though. almost 1 grand for the actualtor an sub fram and about 600.00 for the plow itself. Then i checked into a plow for a wb and they are about 300-500 dollars. They claim they are designed for a lot of inches. Exmark does not make these plows but they can refer you to the manusfacturer who does and i wouldn't dought if they made it for all sorts of makes and models.
 

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