SNOWWOLF: RUNNIN’ WITH THE PACK! One of the things we love most about SnowWolf is the tireless innovation they bring to their specialty. Their full line of equipment is all designed to do one thing, and do it incredibly well: MOVE SNOW OUTTA THE WAY! And when you’re a member of the pack that gets up wayyy before the light of dawn — so everybody else in town can get where they’re going — you must have equipment that works reliably, and fast. With SnowWolf, you have several great options that help you keep your blade or pusher on the ground, moving the white stuff!
WE HAD JOY WE HAD FUN… Aye…but our season in the sun is almost over. And truth be told, “pumpkin spice” time will be gone before you know it too! So now is definitely the time to start looking at options for beefing up your winter-weather fleet. The Martin implement Rental Team has several great machines and accessories for you to consider with SEASONAL rental options.
SEASONAL RENTAL? HOW DOES THAT WORK? Glad you asked! We offer great rates, and the base rates assume a minimum of a 4 month rental. There’s a maximum usage of 50 hours per month, and that amount can carryover month to month. Use in excess of the allotted 50 hours per month is billed per hour. And if you have big plans for the winter, we have even bigger savings: the seasonal deal is even sweeter on 5 units or more.
OK, SHOW ME WHAT YOU GOT…SKID STEERS: Our base package is a New Holland L220 or Kubota SSV65 skid steer with heated cab, low-profile bucket, and WolfPaw high traction tires.
What’s your favorite way to move snow? Are you a fan of blades? Pushers? Just a plain old loader bucket? How many of you have tried out a high-capacity snow bucket? We’ve got 96 inch and 108 inch heavy-duty snow buckets that are ready for action on a large skid steer or compact wheel loader! We’re talking about a 2.36 cubic yard heaped capacity bucket that fits onto almost any standard skid steer mounting plate: 2.67 cubic yards heaped capacity for the 108 inch bucket. Add these to your snow fleet and you’re in business! Just look at the difference between a hi-cap bucket and a standard loader bucket: Continue reading →
We’re spotlighting for you this RTV1100 utility vehicle from Kubota for sale at Martin Implement. It’s our Used Equipment Spotlight, a recurring segment in our blog where we highlight featured items from our fleet of used inventory:
Poly cutting edge: can be used on almost any snow plow in the market.
Steel or poly edge: which one you got? They each have advantages, but when the cards are down it’s hard to argue against a poly edge. We want you to know that we’ve got what some customers call the best cutting edge around. That might sound like a small thing to brag about, but if you’re in the snow plowing biz your cutting edge is where your money meets the road. A little extra cash spent on a cutting edge can go a long way towards a better plowing experience. Continue reading →
Want to see more? Check out this machine in action HERE
Having trouble getting your hands on a good snow equipment rental? You’re not alone. The repeated winter storms have put a premium on skid steers, wheel loaders and utility vehicles so finding a quality machine is hard to do these days. Lucky for you we have a Kubota RTV1100 that just became available for rent!
The RTV1100 is the perfect size for certain jobs. Cities, schools and park districts love these machines, but just about anyone can find a use for it. It seems like everyone who uses an RTV comes away from it with good things to say – they’re easy to use and built to take a beating. The six foot blade we have on the unit is the perfect size for a utility vehicle and it’s controlled from the cab and features hydraulic angling and a rubber deflector that keeps that snow down.
Rent a blade and tractor combo at daily, weekly or monthly rates
The snow keeps piling up, there’s more on the way and all your machines are out in the field. Sound familiar? There’s a simple, cost-effective solution to that problem: renting. Give your snow fleet a temporary boost by renting our Horst extendable snow wing blade. It’s a unique snow attachment we carry that has the ability to hydraulically extend from 9 feet to 14 feet wide (keyword: hydraulically – meaning you don’t have to leave the cab). The wings have 180 degrees of swing, allowing you to switch between a blade and a pusher, creating versatility that helps in commercial applications like parking lots. A 30 inch moldboard and 35 degree angling in both directions gives you great pushing ability and lets you windrow snow helping you plow more efficiently.
Rent it with our New Holland T4050 tractor for the complete package. For our rental rates, call us or visit our website. The Horst blade rates can be found under specialized equipment and the T4050 under tractors. Book your rental today and be ready the next time snow hits. Continue reading →
Ed. Note: We’ve sold off most of our bargain skid steer loaders, but you can check our full inventory of used skids over on our website HERE.
Looking for a deal on snow removal equipment? You might want to check out our selection of used snow plows and snow blowers. If buying new isn’t important to you then these units can be a smart purchase. Buying used from a trusted dealer is a great way to save money so take a look at what we’ve got in stock (click each unit for pricing and extra photos):
We’ve had a lot. to. say. about Snow Wolf products over the years, but sometimes words alone just don’t cut it. Here’s our guy Dave going over the Snow Wolf Ultra snow blade and the Fast Tach snow pusher attachment. See how they work and see them up close.
Knowing what you need before you buy will help you get the right plow for the job
Green Industry Pros ran an article this week with tips for buying a snow plow and though the article is geared towards pick-up truck plows most of the information is relevant to plows made for skid steers and wheel loaders as well. The same basic tenants apply to both styles when making your purchasing decision so the article is definitely worth a read for anyone getting into the snow business. You can read the full article over on their website, but if you’re short on time here’s a (very) brief highlight of their excellent advice: Continue reading →