Our SnowWolf QuattroPlow Product Spotlight is here and ready for you! The QuattroPlow gives a snow operator the power to efficiently tackle four distinct functions with one piece of equipment, and that’s without having to leave the cab.
If you like what you see, head over to our SnowWolf new equipment page to check out our complete SnowWolf lineup designed to fit your specific needs. Contact us if you’re interested or have questions. We’re here to help.
Getting into commercial snow plowing this year? Here’s your guide to some of SnowWolf’s line of snow plows and accessories. Click the links for more info on each product:
This snow pusher is an affordable, efficient attachment for skid steers that comes with a two year warranty. A tight moldboard curvature rolls snow, so it takes less horsepower and traction to move more snow. It hosts a 1.5″ thick premium rubber edge to protect the machine and operator from jolts. It also comes standard with a universal skid steer mount. It is available in both 8′ and 10′ widths.
SnowWolf Alpha Pushers
Alpha snow pushers are built for large front end loaders, and are designed to handle a heavy snow load. The tight moldboard curvature keeps the snow moving in front of your machine so you can plow more efficiently with less horsepower. The premium rubber edge and high strength wear shoes increase the life of your snow pusher, and the bucket mount supports let you apply critical strength where you need it most. Alpha snow pushers come in 12′, 14′ and 16′ widths. Continue reading →
Need to augment your fleet with reliable, clean and well-maintained snow equipment for the upcoming snow season? We’ve got special winter rental packages available for you. Consider reserving yours now, before they’re all gone.
Our reasonable rates are based on a minimum of 4 months, with a max usage of 50 hours per month (with carryover); the excess usage billed per hour. A minimum quantity of 5 units will give you an even better monthly rate. Our skid loader base package is a New Holland L220 or Kubota SSV65 skid steer with heated cab, low-profile bucket, and WolfPaw tires. Options at additional cost: Continue reading →
Well, we have the first major winter storm of the season in the U.S, and it’s called Ajax. Ajax is pounding the Rockies and the Plains right about now according to the Weather Channel, and there’s a chance we’ll see snow this weekend in the Chicagoland area. We’re ready for it, though. Out back there’s a sea of yellow SnowWolf snow removal equipment! The snow tires, the wings, the blades and the rest of the stuff! If you haven’t lined up your snow equipment yet then here’s a chance to take advantage of our special pricing. We are talking way below the list price on brand spanking new Snow Wolf equipment like the Ultra-Series snow blades, the Triple Edge Wolf Wings, the Fast-Tach pusher attachments or our Wolf Paw tires. Check out the prices and check out the buyers guide we put together for the Snow Wolf line of snow plows and accessories, it will help you nail down your selection. And remember the special pricing is only good while supplies last and there are added discounts available if you buy in bulk. Don’t wait until it’s too late to outfit your fleet and save some dough.
Looking for a deal on heavy duty snow removal equipment that will withstand the wear and tear out there? You should check out our selection of used SnowWolf equipment. If buying new isn’t important to you, then these units can be a smart buy. Take a look at some of what we’ve got in stock (click each unit for pricing and extra photos):
Snow Wolf makes some of the toughest and most innovative snow equipment on the roads today. They’ve launched new product after new product that our customers just can’t get enough of. We’ve worked with Snow Wolf for many years now and we really feel there’s nothing better out there in the snow market. There’s just no competition when you look at the wide variety of blades and accessories they offer! You might recall earlier when we covered their awesome Wolf Paw snow tires. Today we’re going to look at the blades themselves. Continue reading →