And a ZM Industries Snow Pusher will save you time – lots of it. Saving time means you save on expensive diesel fuel. You’ll also save on even more expensive labor costs. Not to mention you’ll save wear and tear on your greatest asset aside from you yourself – your equipment.
Sure you can. But is your bucket outfitted with wear shoes on each side and a rubber scraping edge? Can you keep your bucket level with the ground on a 100 yard push in an uneven parking lot? Is your bucket 10ft wide and 3ft tall? You can either buy a ZM snow pusher once or buy a new bucket every spring.
Heck no. Look closely at all the big names in snow plow manufacturing. They’re all adding wing kits to their truck plows. Why? Extra capacity and to keep all that snow from spilling off the sides. Our side panels are 2-4ft deep and 2-4ft tall. Don’t be that guy who backs up 17 times in an open parking lot to clean up all those little trails of snow that spill off the sides. Get it done in 3 pushes and go home early.
Depends on how much time you’re wasting now. Let’s do a simple math problem and disregard efficiency of design for now (perhaps the biggest player). Let’s assume a generously sized skid steer bucket of 6ft wide with a capacity of roughly .65 cubic yards. Our model 2100 snow pusher is 10ft wide and 35″ tall with a capacity of 3.3 yards just within the pusher itself, not accounting for the snow that rides outside the box during a push. That’s a 5X increase in capacity – even with our very conservative calculation. It’s just smart math.
We don’t have a returns department. We don’t ever get returns. Our pushers are built heavier than the competition, actually weigh more than the competition, and are priced significantly lower. Spend as little as possible to gain as much as possible. That formula will always bring you back to us.
Snow blowing is for those who like snow blowing – at their face. The 960 snow pusher for sub-compact tractors is the only smart choice. It’s cheaper and easier to use than a tractor mount snow blower and much more efficient than a simple straight blade snow plow. If you’ve tried using your bucket to push snow you already know that doesn’t work. With the pusher you just drop the bucket onto the hardened skid shoes and start pushing. Gravel driveway? No problem. Just set the rubber cutting edge to the appropriate height and get to work. This pusher is available in both John Deere Quick Attach and Universal Quick Attach.
Have a compact loader tractor for all of those home and ranch jobs? Need a more efficient way to remove your snow? If so, the 1000 Series Snow Pusher fits the bill. This tough little pusher is most commonly the choice for residential use and typically paired with smaller skid steers or compact tractors. Dimensions are 26″ tall by 7ft wide. The weight is ideal for compact tractors at 390lbs. Have a John Deere tractor? We have you covered by stocking the 1071 in John Deere Quick Attach.
Hook up any of your light construction equipment, be it skidsteers or backhoes, to these versatile pushers. The 2000 Series Snow Pushers are offered in 8′ and 10′ lengths with a 35″ back height. These pushers utilize a rugged design with a 4-bolt shoe pattern, steel gusseted pusher blade, and a rubber scraping edge. Have some medium sized jobs? This pusher is for you!
Best suited for use with your medium/heavy duty construction equipment, the 3000 Series is built to move snow and move it quickly. The double gusseted pusher blade ensures trouble free operation and the rubber edge is thick and tall. Available with a 36″ back height and in widths of 10 to 14ft, these pushers are the ideal match for large jobs.
If you are going with the biggest pushers in our line up, you better come with a serious job. Available in 12ft to 20ft wide sno pushers, the 4000 Series feature a 48″ tall back and monster pushing capacity. From the 5-bolt skid shoes to the double box-beam rear of the support, the 4000’s are built to perform and should be partnered with a heavy duty loader tractor. Truly a brut. Let it snow!
Factory John Deere snow pushers and snow plows are expensive. Like, really, really expensive. And of course John Deere uses their own unique quick attach system not common across the industry. This locks you into their components at their (obscenely high) price. We stock our compact and sub compact pushers with John Deere Quick Attach. No other snow pusher manufacturers do this. Now you can use the most efficient snow removal tool with connections that actually belong to your tractor. And why should you use a snow pusher on your John Deere tractor? Well there are 2 very good reasons. First, a snow pusher will get your plow job done quicker and easier than a snow blower or snow plow. No more snow blowing into your face and no making a hundred passes to clean up all that extra spill off from your plow. Second, there are no extra attachments or modifications. A snow pusher doesn’t use a power angle so you’ll save money in both set up and bottom line price.
I did a ton of research before settling on a ZMI Pusher. It seemed every model was $200 to $400 less expensive than comparable models and your designs were top notch...
I've ran nearly every snow pusher out there over the years, and I don't know what it is, but ZMI pushers just push nicer. I can carry more speed and have more control while pushing...
|Model||Size||Weight||Blade Thickness||Rubber Edge Size||Side Thickness||Bucket / HP||Skidsteer||Backhoe||Loader||Duty||Attachment|
|960||18"x6'||285 lbs||1/8"||1"x6"||1/4"||25-35 HP||X||-||-||Residential||Quick Attach Scoop In|
|1071||2'x7'||390 lbs||1/8"||1"x6"||1/4"||36-46 HP||X||-||-||Residential||Quick Attach Scoop In|
|2080||2'6"x8'||780 lbs||1/8"||1"x6"||3/8"||46-70 HP||X||X||-||Light Construction||Quick Attach Scoop In|
|2100||2'6"x10'||820 lbs||1/8"||1"x6"||3/8"||46-70 HP||X||X||-||Light Construction||Quick Attach Scoop In|
|3100||3'x10'||1200 lbs||3/16"||1.5"x10"||3/8"||50-80 HP||X||X||-||Med/Heavy Construction||Quick Attach Scoop In|
|3120||3'x12'||1550 lbs||3/16"||1.5"x10"||3/8"||70-90 HP||X||X||-||Med/Heavy Construction||Quick Attach Scoop In|
|3140||3'x14'||1720 lbs||3/16"||1.5"x10"||3/8"||85-100 HP||-||X||X||Med/Heavy Construction||Scoop In|
|4120||4'x12'||2450 lbs||3/16"||1.5"x10"||3/8"||1.5 YD, 115 HP||-||X||X||Heavy Construction||Scoop In|
|4140||4'x14'||2650 lbs||3/16"||1.5"x10"||3/8"||2 YD, 125 HP||-||-||X||Heavy Construction||Scoop In|
|4160||4'x16'||2850 lbs||3/16"||1.5"x10"||3/8"||3 YD, 135 HP||-||-||X||Heavy Construction||Scoop In|
|4180||4'x18'||3050 lbs||3/16"||1.5"x10"||3/8"||3.25 YD, 165 HP||-||-||X||Heavy Construction||Scoop In|
|4200||4'x20'||3250 lbs||3/16"||1.5"x10"||3/8"||4+ YD, 200 HP||-||-||X||Heavy Construction||Scoop In|