Equipment

Snow Utility V-Blade Attachments

John Deere

November 1, 2016 - Equipment

<p><em>Photo courtesy of Deere</em></p>

The John Deere Snow Utility V-Blade attachments provide multifunctional versatility and are ideal for customers removing snow or performing light dirt work on the road, trail, or job site.

The three new models (BV6, BV8, and BV9) deliver four hydraulic angling positions — straight for making larger cuts, V-configuration for pushing through hard-pack, scoop (both sides inward) for easy snow stacking, and 30-degree right or left positioning for accurately moving snow or dirt.  

The Snow Utility V-Blades feature an electrohydraulic (EH) valve for independent blade function that operators can control from the cab. A rubber cutting edge is also available for the blade to help prevent damage to decorative surfaces. Trip springs help protect the vehicle from sudden impacts with concealed obstacles and can be locked out for light grading and dirt work.

The V-Blades are optimized to work with John Deere E-Series and 313/315 skid steers, E-Series compact track loaders (CTLs), and K-Series compact wheel loaders. They’re also compatible with many competitive models.

With the universal, self-cleaning Quik-Tatch easy attachment system found on all John Deere skid steers and CTLs, the machine can easily add and remove the snow blade.

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