Snow Blower Owner Manual Gen 2

Snow Blower
Operation and Maintenance Manual
Model 1500 from Serial Number 06337 to Current
Model 1500 High-Flow from Serial Number 11136 to Current
Model 1501 from Serial Number 06496 to Current
Revision Date: September 2017
Skid Pro
PO Box 982
Alexandria, MN 56308
Toll Free: 877-378-4642
www.skidpro.com
Contents
INTRODUCTION .......................................................................................................................... 3
To the Purchaser .................................................................................................................................................. 3
Illustrations ............................................................................................................................................................ 3
Direction Reference .............................................................................................................................................. 3
Serial Plate ............................................................................................................................................................ 3
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ............................................................................................................ 4
Before Operation................................................................................................................................................... 4
Children ........................................................................................................................................................... 4
Notice ............................................................................................................................................................... 5
Safety Precautions – Snow Blower....................................................................................................................... 5
SNOW BLOWER OPERATION ................................................................................................... 6
THE SKID STEER ........................................................................................................................ 7
General Information .............................................................................................................................................. 7
Operating the Skid Steer ...................................................................................................................................... 7
During Operation................................................................................................................................................... 8
Roll-Over Protective Structure (ROPS) During Operation ............................................................................... 8
MAINTENANCE ........................................................................................................................... 9
TRANSPORTING ....................................................................................................................... 10
STORAGE .................................................................................................................................. 10
OPERATION .............................................................................................................................. 11
General Preparation............................................................................................................................................ 11
Engine Speed ..................................................................................................................................................... 11
Increasing Traction and Stability......................................................................................................................... 11
Engaging the Drive Mechanism .......................................................................................................................... 11
Deflector Adjustment if Manual ........................................................................................................................... 12
Skid Shoe Adjustment......................................................................................................................................... 12
Snow Removal Methods ..................................................................................................................................... 13
Lubrication .......................................................................................................................................................... 14
PARTS ....................................................................................................................................... 14
Introduction ......................................................................................................................................................... 14
Snow Blower Assembly - 01-1500 ................................................................................................................... 15
Snow Blower Decal list ....................................................................................................................................... 15
Snow Blower Parts list - 01-1500 ..................................................................................................................... 16
Snow Blower Assembly - 01-1501 ...................................................................................................................... 17
Snow Blower Decals - 01-1501 .......................................................................................................................... 17
Snow Blower Parts - 01-1501 ............................................................................................................................. 18
Snow Blower Manifold Block – Standard Flow - Parts & Assembly ................................................................ 19
Snow Blower Manifold Block – High Flow - Parts & Assembly........................................................................... 20
SKID STEER SNOW BLOWER HOSE ROUTING ................................................................... 21
Snow Blower Hose List ....................................................................................................................................... 22
SKID STEER PLUG WIRING PINS ........................................................................................... 23
Diagram for Bobcat Machines ............................................................................................................................ 23
WIRING GUIDE .......................................................................................................................... 25
Wire Hook Up to Quick Disconnect .................................................................................................................. 25
Switch Kit ............................................................................................................................................................ 25
Wire Harness Information ................................................................................................................................... 26
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TORQUE SPECIFICATION TABLE .......................................................................................... 27
General Specification Table ................................................................................................................................ 27
SKID PRO ATTACHMENT Warranty ........................................................................................ 28
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INTRODUCTION
To the Purchaser
Illustrations
All products are designed to give safe, dependable
service if they are operated and maintained according
to instructions. Read and understand this manual
before operation.
The illustrations may not necessarily reproduce the
full detail and the exact shape of the parts or depict
the actual models, but are intended for reference only.
This manual has been prepared to assist the owner
and operators in the safe operation and suitable
maintenance of the equipment. The information was
applicable to products at the time of manufacture and
does not include modifications made afterwards.
Direction Reference
All references to right and left, forward or rearward,
are from the operator’s seat, facing the steering
wheel.
Read and understand this operator’s manual before
attempting to put equipment into service. Familiarize
yourself with the operating instructions and all the
safety recommendations contained in this manual
and those labeled on the equipment and on the skid
steer. Follow the safety recommendations and make
sure that those with whom you work follow them.
Serial Plate
MODEL NUMBER
SERIAL NUMBER
MADE IN THE USA
To assist your dealer in handling your needs, please record hereafter the model number and the serial number
of your equipment and skid steer. It is also advisable to supply them to your insurance company. It will be helpful
in the event that an equipment or skid steer is lost or stolen.
SKID STEER
IMPLEMENT
MODEL:
SERIAL NUMBER:
DATE OF PURCHASE:
DEALER NAME:
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
SAFETY FIRST
This symbol, the industry’s “Safety Alert Symbol”, is used throughout this manual and on labels on
the machine itself to warn of the possibility of personal injury. Read these instructions carefully. It is
essential that you read the instructions and safety regulations before you attempt to assemble or use
this unit.
DANGER:
Indicates an immediate hazardous situation which, if not avoided, will
result in death or serious injury.
WARNING:
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, will result
in death or serious injury.
CAUTION:
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may
result in minor or moderate injury.
IMPORTANT:
Indicates that equipment or property damage could result if instructions
are not followed.
NOTE:
Gives helpful information.
All products are designed to give safe, dependable service if they are operated and maintained according to
instructions. Read and understand this manual before operation. It is the owner’s responsibility to be certain
anyone operating this product reads this manual, and all other applicable manuals to become familiar with this
equipment and all safety precautions. Failure to do so could result in serious personal injury or equipment damage.
If you have any questions, consult your dealer.
Before Operation
Children
Tragic accidents can occur if the operator is not alert to the presence of children. Children are generally attracted
to machines and work being done. Never assume children will remain where you last saw them.
1. Keep children out of the operating area and under the watchful eye of another responsible adult.
2. Be alert and turn machine off if children enter the work area.
3. Before and when backing, look behind for small children.
4. Never carry children while operating the machine. They may fall off and be seriously injured or interfere with
the safe operation of the machine.
5. Never allow children to play on the machine or attachment even when they are turned off.
6. Never allow children to operate the machine even under adult supervision.
7. Use extra care when approaching blind corners, shrubs, trees, or other obstructions that might hide children
from sight.
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Notice
A safe operator is the best assurance against accidents. All operators, no matter how experienced they may be,
should read this operator’s manual and all other related manuals before attempting to operate the equipment.
Please read the following section and pay particular attention to all safety recommendations contained in this
manual and those labeled on the equipment and on the skid steer.
Safety Precautions – Snow Blower
1. Read and understand this operator’s manual and skid steer operator’s manual. Know how to operate all
controls and how to stop the unit and disengage the controls quickly.
2. Before attempting to remove obstructions (including plugged wet snow) from the snow blower (i.e. deflector,
chute, fan or collector auger areas) always do the following:
a.
b.
c.
d.
Shut off hydraulics
Shut off skid steer
Disconnect hydraulic lines
Always use another object such as a steel pipe, breaker bar or wooden post to remove object or
unplug blower.
NEVER put fingers/hands in the deflector, chute, fan or collector auger area for any reason as this could
result in loss of fingers/hands. Failure to follow the above steps could result in loss of fingers/hands or other
serious injury!
3. Never wear loose, torn, or bulky clothing around the skid steer and the snow blower. It may catch on moving
parts or controls, causing injury.
4. Before and during the snow season, thoroughly inspect the area where the equipment is to be used and
remove all objects that may cause damage to the equipment.
5. Set transmission to neutral and disengage clutch, if equipped, before starting the engine.
6. Do not operate equipment in wintertime without wearing adequate winter garments and protective clothing.
7. Never attempt to make any adjustments while engine is running. Read this manual carefully to acquaint yourself
with the equipment as well as the skid steer operator's manual. Working with unfamiliar equipment can lead to
accidents. Be thoroughly familiar with the controls and proper use of the equipment.
8. Keep all safety guards in place and verify hardware for proper tightening.
9. Check for moving parts excessive wear regularly. Replace worn parts with genuine parts.
10. Replace all missing, illegible, or damaged safety and warning decals. See list of decals in operator's manual.
11. Keep safety decals clean of dirt and grime.
12. Do not modify or alter this equipment or any of its components, any equipment or any of its components or
any equipment function without first consulting your dealer.
13. Use of counterweights is recommended. Weights provide the necessary balance to improve stability, traction
and steering. Use only those recommended by your dealer.
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SNOW BLOWER OPERATION
1. Before leaving the skid steer unattended, take all possible precautions. Park the skid steer/snow blower on level
ground, place the transmission in neutral, set the parking brake, disengage the Aux hydraulics, lower the
equipment to the ground, place all levers including auxiliary control levers in neutral, shut off the engine and
remove the ignition key.
2. Before starting the skid steer/snow blower, remove any ice that has accumulated in the auger/fan.
3. Prior to operation, clear work area of all objects that can be picked up and thrown. Mark all curbs, pipes, etc.
that cannot be moved.
4. Be sure the Aux hydraulics switch/lever is in OFF position before starting engine.
5. Exercise extreme caution when operating on or crossing a gravel drive, walks, or roads. Stay alert for hidden
hazards or traffic.
6. Do not carry passengers.
7. Adjust skid shoes – housing height to clear gravel or crushed rock surface.
8. Keep clear of rotating parts. Do not put hands or feet under or into snow blower with engine running, and allow
the rotating parts to stop BEFORE unclogging the collector/fan housing or chute, and making any repairs,
adjustments or inspections. Use only a 36" long piece of wood to unclog blower.
9. Park the skid steer/snow blower on level ground, place the transmission in neutral, set the parking brake,
disengage the Aux hydraulics, lower the equipment to the ground, place all control levers in neutral, shut off the
engine, remove the ignition key and allow the rotating parts to stop BEFORE unclogging the collector/fan
housing or chute, and making any repairs, adjustments or inspections. Use only a 36" long piece of wood to
unclog blower.
10. If the snow blower starts to vibrate abnormally, disengage the Aux hydraulics, stop the engine immediately
and check for cause. Excessive vibration is generally a sign of trouble.
11. Do not run the engine indoors except when starting engine and transporting attachment in or out of building.
Carbon monoxide gas is colorless, odorless and deadly.
12. Do not attempt to operate on steep slopes. If operating on slopes is necessary, exercise extreme caution
when changing direction.
13. Never operate snow blower without guards, and other safety protective devices in place.
14. Keep clear of chute discharge. This chute has the capability of throwing objects at far distances.
15. Never operate snow blower near glass enclosures, automobiles, window wells, embankments, etc. without
proper adjustment of snow discharge angle.
16. Never operate machine at high transport speeds on a slippery surface.
17. Use extra caution when backing up.
18. Do not direct discharge at bystanders or animals. Ejected objects may cause injury.
19. Disengage power to auger/fan when transporting or when not in use.
20. Never operate the snow blower without good visibility and lighting.
21. Prolonged exposure to loud noise can cause impairment or loss of hearing. Wear a suitable hearing device
such as earmuffs or earplugs to protect against objectionable or uncomfortable noises.
22. Never allow anyone near the work area.
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THE SKID STEER
General Information
1. Read the operator's manual carefully before using skid steer. Lack of operating knowledge can lead to
accidents.
2. Do not permit anyone but the operator to ride on the skid steer. There is no safe place for passengers.
Operating the Skid Steer
1. Never run the skid steer engine in a closed building without adequate ventilation, as the exhaust fumes are
very dangerous.
2. Adopt safe driving practice: Keep the parking brake on at all times during transportation.
3. Always drive at a safe speed relative to local conditions and ensure that your speed is low enough for an
emergency stop to be safe and secure.
4. Reduce speed prior to turns to avoid the risk of overturning. Keep speed to a minimum.
5. Always keep the skid steer in gear to provide engine braking when going downhill. Do not coast.
6. Never allow an open flame near the fuel tank or battery.
7. Make sure the proper shields are installed when using the equipment and always replace the shields if
damaged.
8. Park the skid steer/snow blower on level ground, place the transmission in neutral, set the parking brake,
disengage the Aux hydraulics, lower the equipment to the ground, place all levers including auxiliary control
levers in neutral, shut off the engine and remove the ignition key BEFORE leaving the skid steer.
9. Never park the skid steer on a steep slope.
10. Do not attempt to operate on steep slopes. Avoid sudden uphill turns on steep slopes.
11. Use of counterweights for better traction and stability is recommended.
12. Handle fuel with care, as it is highly flammable.
13. Use approved fuel container.
14. Never add fuel to running engine or a hot engine.
15. Fill fuel tank outdoors with extreme care. Never fill fuel tank indoors. Replace fuel cap securely and wipe up
spilled fuel.
16. Never allow anyone to operate the snow blower until they have read the manual completely and are
thoroughly familiar with basic skid steer and snow blower operation.
17. Make sure the skid steer is counterweighted as recommended by your dealer. Weights provide the
necessary balance to improve stability, traction and steering.
18. Always make sure all snow blower components are properly installed and securely fastened BEFORE
operation.
19. Never attempt to start the engine and/or engage snow blower drive while standing beside the skid steer.
20. Always start the engine from the operator's seat with all the transmission lever(s) and snow blower drive lever
in neutral.
21. DO NOT bypass the safety system by shorting across the terminals of the starter motor to start the engine.
This may cause the skid steer to move suddenly.
22. If the safety start system does not work, consult your dealer immediately.
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During Operation
1. Do not allow passengers on the skid steer/snow blower at any time. There is no safe place for passengers on
the equipment. The operator MUST sit in the skid steer seat.
2. Eye and hearing protection is recommended when operating the snow blower.
3. Operate only during daylight hours, or when the area is well lit with bright artificial light.
4. Park the skid steer/snow blower on level ground, place the transmission in neutral, set the parking brake,
disengage the Aux hydraulics, lower the equipment to the ground, place all control levers in neutral, shut off the
engine and remove the ignition key BEFORE leaving the operator’s seat.
5. Inspect the snow blower after striking any foreign object to assure that all snow blower parts are safe and
secure and not damaged.
6. Be especially observant of the operating area and terrain. Watch for holes, rocks, or other hidden hazards.
ALWAYS inspect the area prior to blowing.
7. DO NOT blow near the edge of drop-offs or banks.
8. DO NOT blow on steep slopes as overturn may result.
9. Operate up and down (not across) intermediate slopes. Avoid sudden starts and stops.
10. Drive skid steer backwards up steeper slopes with blower off. Then blow as you travel down the slope.
11. Slow down before you change directions on any slope.
12. Use wheel weights on your skid steer to increase stability on slopes.
13. Never stand alongside of the unit while the engine is running.
Roll-Over Protective Structure (ROPS) During Operation
1. DO NOT weld, drill or alter the ROPS. Damaged ROPS must not be straightened or used. If damage does
occur, consult your dealer.
2. If ROPS is lowered or removed from the skid steer for any reason, it must be erected and/or refitted
immediately. Original bolts or equivalent replacements must be used and tightened to the correct torque.
3. Your dealer does not recommend usage of skid steer with ROPS removed.
4. Seat belt usage: With ROPS installed on the skid steer it is imperative that the seat belt be installed, used and
correctly adjusted, at all times. DO NOT use a seat belt if operating without ROPS.
5. Keep all shields and covers in place. All skid steer and equipment shields and covers must be correctly
installed at all times. When necessary to remove these, they must be reinstalled immediately.
6. Keep clear of all rotating driveline components. Be especially observant of implement areas of discharge,
intake or other mechanical motion.
7. Securely lock equipment drive shaft. Check that all skid steer and equipment drivelines are in good working
order.
8. Additional safety equipment: A fire extinguisher and first aid kit should be kept readily accessible. These are
available through your dealer.
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MAINTENANCE
Always use genuine parts when replacement parts are required during operation.
1. Keep the skid steer and snow blower properly maintained.
2. Park the skid steer/snow blower on level ground, place the transmission in neutral, set the parking brake,
disengage the Aux hydraulics, lower the equipment to the ground, place all control levers in neutral, shut off the
engine and remove the ignition key and allow the rotating parts to stop BEFORE making any snow blower
adjustments.
3. To avoid injury, do not adjust, unclog or service the snow blower with the skid steer engine running. Make sure
rotating components have completely stopped before leaving the operator's seat.
4. Keep the skid steer/snow blower clean. Snow and ice build-up can lead to malfunction or personal injury from
thawing and refreezing in garage.
5. Always wear eye protection when cleaning or servicing the snow blower.
6. Service the unit in safety: DO NOT service the skid steer while the engine is running or hot, or if the unit is in
motion. Always lower snow blower to the ground. If necessary to service unit with blower raised, securely
support with stands or suitable blocking before working underneath. Do not rely on hydraulically supported
devices for your safety. They can settle suddenly, leak down, or be accidentally lowered.
7. Do not attempt to service machine, clear obstructions or unplug blockages with the engine running. Always shut
off engine and allow all motion to cease.
8. The manufacturer will not claim responsibility for fitment of unapproved parts and/or accessories and any
damages as a result of their use.
9. Make sure all shields and guards are securely in place following all service, cleaning, or repair work.
10. Do not modify or alter this equipment or any of its components or operating functions. If you have any questions
concerning modifications, consult with your dealer.
11. Do not operate a unit which is defective or has missing parts. Make sure that all recommended maintenance
procedures are completed before operating the unit.
12. Check all controls regularly and adjust where necessary.
13. Periodically check all nuts and bolts for tightness, especially wheel hub and rim nuts.
14. Snow blower fan and auger must be checked for tightness. Remove any twine, wire, etc. that may have wrapped
on the fan or the auger.
15. To avoid serious personal injury: Escaping hydraulic/diesel fluid under pressure can penetrate the skin causing
serious injuries. Do not use your hands to check for leaks. Use a piece of cardboard or paper to search for
leaks.
16. Stop engine and relieve pressure before connecting lines. Tighten all connections before starting engine or
pressurizing lines.
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TRANSPORTING
1. Transporting on public roadway: When driving the skid steer and equipment on the road or highway under 25
mph, at night or during the day, use flashing amber warning lights and the Slow Moving Vehicle ("SMV")
identification emblem.
2. Check local traffic codes that may apply to unit usage on public roads and highways in your area. The use of
flashing amber lights is acceptable in most localities. However, some localities may prohibit their use.
3. Always disengage equipment drive prior to transporting unit.
STORAGE
Before storing the snow blower, certain precautions should be taken to protect it from deterioration.
1. Clean the snow blower throughout.
2. Make all the necessary repairs.
3. Replace all safety signs that are damaged, lost, or otherwise become illegible. If a part to be replaced has a
sign on it, obtain a new safety sign from your dealer and install it in the same place as on the removed part.
4. Repaint all parts from which paint has worn or peeled.
5. Lubricate the snow blower as instructed under the "Lubrication" section.
6. When the snow blower is dry, oil all moving parts. Apply oil liberally to all surfaces to protect against rust.
7. Store in a dry place.
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OPERATION
General Preparation
1. Read the operator's manual carefully before using the skid steer and snow blower. Be thoroughly familiar with
the controls and proper use of the equipment. Know how to stop the unit and disengage the controls quickly.
2. Wear adequate winter outer garments while operating the equipment.
3. Make sure the snow blower is clear of snow and other material before engaging the snow blower.
4. Make sure the auger and fan operate freely.
5. Adjust the skid shoes so the snow blower runs leveled.
6. Before engaging the snow blower drive, always have the engine running at idle.
7. Operate the snow blower at maximum to 3/4 engine RPM.
Engine Speed
1. Start the skid steer engine. Let the engine warm up at least one minute before engaging the drive
mechanism then increase speed gradually.
2. Make sure the snow blower head is properly positioned and engage the drive mechanism.
3. Adjust the ground speed according to conditions. For maximum power, run engine at or near full throttle.
IMPORTANT:
WARNING:
Use full RPM power when removing wet, sticky snow. Low RPM power will tend
to clog the chute.
To avoid serious personal injury: Do not use your hands to unclog the chute.
Use a 36" (925mm) stick or board. Do not attempt to unclog the chute while
engine is running. If the chute is clogged, shut off the skid steer engine, remove
the key and allow the rotating parts to stop before removing the snow from the
chute.
Increasing Traction and Stability
The use of approved tire chains and wheel weights is recommended for extra traction and stability, especially
when operating in snow and/or on slippery surfaces. See your dealer for details.
Engaging the Drive Mechanism
Refer to the skid steer's operating manual for instructions.
WARNING:
Skid Pro Snow Blower
To avoid serious personal injury: Make sure skid steer engine and snow blower
come to a complete stop and skid steer drive mechanism is disengaged
BEFORE making any adjustments.
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Deflector Adjustment if Manual
The deflector angle must be set according to the distance the snow must be thrown. To adjust the angle:

Turn the chute to right as far as possible.

Remove hairpin from adjustment tube and adjust the deflector with the adjustment rod.

Reinsert hairpin in adjustment tube.
Skid Shoe Adjustment
Adjust the skid shoes so that the snow blower runs level and according to the surface conditions so that stones
are not thrown with the snow.
Adjust both skid shoes to the same height to keep the cutting edge level and adjust upwards for smooth surfaces.
Remove skid shoe bolts (item 2) and adjust according to instructions below, and securely tighten bolts:
Clearance between cutting edge and surface:

Level paved surface: Adjust to 1/16" to 1/8"

Uneven or gravel surface: Adjust 1/2" to 5/8"
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Snow Removal Methods
When removing snow, do not use the snow blower as a dozer blade to push snow. Let the snow blower work its
way through deep drifts. If the speed of your skid steer is too fast, the snow blower may become overloaded and
clog. For best results, raise the snow blower and remove a top layer of snow. A second pass with the snow blower
will remove the remaining snow.
IMPORTANT:
Use full RPM power when removing wet, sticky snow. Low RPM power will tend
to clog the chute.
WARNING:
To avoid serious personal injury: Do not use hands or feet to unclog chute. Do
not attempt to clear clogged chute of snow while skid steer engine is running.
If the chute clogs, disengage the Aux hydraulics, shut off the skid steer engine,
set the parking brake, lower snow blower to the ground, place transmission in
neutral, remove the ignition key, wait for all movement to stop, and then clear
the snow from the chute.
A definite pattern of operation is required to thoroughly clean the snow area. These patterns will avoid throwing
snow in unwanted places as well as eliminating a second removal of snow.
PATTERN 2
PATTERN 1
DISCHARGE SNOW BOTH SIDES
DISCHARGE SNOW BOTH SIDES
DISCHARGE SNOW THIS SIDE ONLY
Where it is possible to throw the snow to the left and
right (above), as on a long driveway, it is
advantageous to start in the middle. Plow from one
end to the other, throwing snow to both sides without
changing the direction of the discharge guide.
If the snow can only be thrown to one side of the
driveway or sidewalk (above), start on the opposite
side. At the end of the first pass, rotate the discharge
guide 180 degrees for the return pass. At the end of
each succeeding pass, rotate the discharge guide 180
degrees to maintain direction of throw in the same
area.
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Always use genuine parts when replacement parts are required.
WARNING:
To avoid serious personal injury:

Before cleaning, adjusting or repairing the snow blower: Bring the skid steer to a complete
stop, disengage the Aux hydraulics, apply parking brake, lower the implement to the
ground, shut off the engine and remove the ignition key.

Never park the skid steer inside a building where an open flame or sparks are present.
Allow the engine to cool down before storing in any enclosure.

Run the snow blower a few minutes after blowing snow to prevent freeze up of auger and
fan.

Provide adequate blocking before working under the snow blower when in raised position.
Lubrication
Use oil or grease gun and lubricate as follows:
DESCRIPTION
Bearing
INTERVAL
LUBRICATION REQUIRED
8 hours of operation
Grease each auger bearing.
PARTS
Introduction
All parts are illustrated in "exploded views" which show the individual parts in the normal relationship to each other.
Reference numbers are used in the illustrations. These numbers correspond to those in the "Item No." column, and
are followed by the description and quantity required. Where “Width” is indicated in the part number, replace it with
the width (i.e. 66, 72, 84) of your snow blower.
The manufacturer reserves the right to change, modify, or eliminate from time to time, for technical or other reasons,
certain or all data, specifications, or the product or products themselves, without any liability or obligation.
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Snow Blower Assembly - 01-1500
Snow Blower Decal list
Label Letter
A
C
D
E
F
G
H
Skid Pro Snow Blower
Description
Warning Do Not Put Hands In
Large Logo
Auger Warning
Model/Serial Number
Grease Daily
Small Logo
Caution Do Not Operate with Guard Removed
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QTY.
2
1
1
1
1
1
2
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Snow Blower Parts list - 01-1500
Item No.
Part Number
Description
QTY.
2
AU-02-1505 Rev 3
Auger Motor Mount
1
3
AU-02-1504-Width Rev 2
Auger
1
4
104-4236-006
Auger Drive Motor
1
25
105-1374-006
Fan Impeller Motor
1
6
AU-02-1501 Rev 4
Fan
1
7
AU-02-1502 rev 3
Chute Assembly
1
8
AU-01-1600
Chute Tip Cylinder
1
9
AU-02-1602
Back Foot
2
10
AU-02-1671
Skid Shoe, L.H.
1
11
AU-02-1672
Skid Shoe, R.H.
1
12
AU-03-1504-Width
Cutting Edge
1
13
AU-03-1510
Rotation Motor
1
14
AU-03-5042
Rotation Sprocket
1
15
AU-03-1645
Chute Hold Down
2
16
AU-03-1625-1.750
Flange Bearing
1
17
AU-03-1674
Fan Restrictor
1
18
AU-03-5043
Rotation Guard
1
19
PH250-FT12
-10 Male ORB to 1/4" NPT Female Rigid
2
20
PH500-FT11
4
20
H750-FT21-10-12
-10 Male ORB to 1/2" NPT Female Swivel – Standard
Fl
-1O Male ORB to -12 Female JIC – High Flow
4
22
AU-03-1686-Width
Hydraulic Guard
2
23
AU-03-1687
Chute Spacer
4
24
AU-03-5114
Spacer
1
25
AU-03-5093
Spacer Plate
7
27
AU-03-3014
Impeller Fan Nut
1
28
AU-03-3015
Lock Washer
1
29
.125X 2.00
Cotter Pin
1
30
AU-02-1613-5-Width
Blower Body
1
31
Manifold Block Assembly SF
See Break Down – Standard Flow
1
31
Manifold Block Assembly HF
See Break Down – High Flow
1
33
AU-03-1775
Wire Harness
1
34
AU-03-5121
Manual Canister
1
35
PH250-FT05
1/4" NPT ST 90
4
36
AU-03-1804
Inspection Cover
1
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Snow Blower Assembly - 01-1501
Snow Blower Decals - 01-1501
Label Letter
A
C
D
E
F
G
H
Skid Pro Snow Blower
Description
Warning Do Not Put Hands In
Large Logo
Auger Warning
Model/Serial Number
Grease Daily
Small Logo
Caution Do Not Operate with Guard Removed
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QTY.
2
1
1
1
1
1
2
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Snow Blower Parts - 01-1501
Item No.
Part Number
Description
QTY.
1
AU-02-1613-20Width-3
Blower Body
1
2
105-1556-006
Fan Motor
1
3
AU-02-1501-20
Impeller Fan
1
4
AU-03-1504-Width
Cutting Edge
1
5
AU-02-1504-Width Rev 2
Auger
1
6
AU-02-1505 Rev 3
Auger Motor Mount
1
7
104-4236-006
Auger Drive Motor
1
8
AU-03-1625-1.750
Flange Bearing
1
9
AU-02-1602
Back Foot
2
10
AU-02-1672
Skid Shoe, R.H.
1
11
AU-02-1671
Skid Shoe, L.H.
1
12
Manifold Block Assembly SF
See Break Down – Standard Flow
1
13
AU-03-3014
Impeller Fan Nut
1
14
.125X 2.00
Cotter Pin
1
15
AU-03-3015
Lock Washer
1
16
AU-02-1502-20
Chute Assembly
1
17
AU-03-1645-20
Chute Hold Down
2
18
AU-03-1510
Rotation Motor
1
19
AU-03-5114
Spacer
1
20
AU-03-1687-20
Chute Riser Pad
4
21
AU-03-5093
Spacer Plate
4
22
AU-03-5042
Rotation Sprocket
1
23
AU-03-5043
Rotation Guard
1
24
AU-03-1674-20
Fan restrictor
1
25
AU-03-1804
Inspection Cover
1
26
AU-01-1600
Chute Tip Cylinder
1
27
AU-03-1686-20Width
Hydraulic Guard
1
28
AU-03-5121
Manual Canister
1
29
PH250-FT12
-10 Male ORB to 1/4" NPT Female Rigid
2
30
PH250-FT05
1/4" NPT ST 90
2
31
PH500-FT11
-10 Male ORB to 1/2" NPT Female Swivel
4
32
AU-03-1775
Wire Harness
1
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Skid Pro Snow Blower
Snow Blower Manifold Block – Standard Flow - Parts & Assembly
ITEM
NO.
1
2
3
4
5
PART NUMBER
AU-02-3200
PH250-FT1108
PH500-FT1212
PH500-FT05
PH500-FT1216
Skid Pro Snow Blower
DESCRIPTION
Manifold Block
8MOR-4FPX STR
12MOR-8FP
90° Fitting
16MOR-8FP STR
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QTY.
1
5
5
1
1
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Snow Blower Manifold Block – High Flow - Parts & Assembly
ITEM
PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
QTY.
1
AU-02-3200
Manifold Block
1
2
PH250-FT1108
8MOR-4FPX STR
5
4
PH500-FT05
90° Fitting
2
5
612-3-0099
Fitting
1
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SKID STEER SNOW BLOWER HOSE ROUTING
Skid Pro Snow Blower
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Snow Blower Hose List
SP-01-1501-66
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
AU-03-PH512
AU-03-PH524
AU-03-PH540
AU-03-PH540
AU-03-PH584
AU-03-PH5108
AU-03-PH2550
AU-03-PH2556
AU-03-PH2509
AU-03-PH2509
AU-03-PH2550
SP-01-1501-72
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
SP-01-1500-72
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
AU-03-PH512
AU-03-PH524
AU-03-PH540
AU-03-PH540
AU-03-PH584
AU-03-PH5108
AU-03-PH2550
AU-03-PH2556
AU-03-PH2512
AU-03-PH2512
AU-03-PH2550
PH750-25.25
PH750-25.50
PH750-39.375
PH750-40.100
PH750-86.25
PH750-114.750
AU-03-PH2550
AU-03-PH2556
AU-03-PH2512
AU-03-PH2512
AU-03-PH2550
Skid Pro Snow Blower
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
AU-03-PH512
AU-03-PH524
AU-03-PH540
AU-03-PH540
AU-03-PH584
AU-03-PH5108
AU-03-PH2556
AU-03-PH2562
AU-03-PH2518
AU-03-PH2518
AU-03-PH2556
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
SP-01-1500-84
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
SP-01-1500-72HF
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
AU-03-PH512
AU-03-PH524
AU-03-PH540
AU-03-PH540
AU-03-PH584
AU-03-PH5108
AU-03-PH2550
AU-03-PH2556
AU-03-PH2509
AU-03-PH2509
AU-03-PH2550
SP-01-1501-84
AU-03-PH512
AU-03-PH524
AU-03-PH540
AU-03-PH540
AU-03-PH584
AU-03-PH5108
AU-03-PH2556
AU-03-PH2562
AU-03-PH2515
AU-03-PH2515
AU-03-PH2556
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
SP-01-1500-84HF
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
PH750-25.25
PH750-25.50
PH750-39.375
PH750-40.100
PH750-86.25
PH750-114.750
AU-03-PH2556
AU-03-PH2562
AU-03-PH2515
AU-03-PH2515
AU-03-PH2556
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
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SKID STEER PLUG WIRING PINS
Diagram for Bobcat Machines
Skid Pro Snow Blower
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ASV 8 Pin
Bobcat & Gehl 14 Pin
Black Wire- Letter B
Yellow Wire- Letter G
Red Wire- Letter H
Blue Wire- Letter E
Green Wire- Letter F
Black Wire- Letter A
Yellow Wire- Letter B
Red Wire- Letter G
Blue Wire- Letter C
Green Wire- Letter D
Case 14 Pin
Cat 8 Pin
Black Wire- Letter B
Yellow Wire- Letter C
Red Wire- Letter D
Blue Wire- Letter E
Green Wire- Letter F
Cat 14 Pin
Black Wire- Letter A
Yellow Wire- Letter B
Red Wire- Letter H
Blue Wire- Letter D
Green Wire- Letter C
F & G need to be jumped for high flow
GEHL 14 PIN
Black Wire- Letter B
Yellow Wire- Letter C
Red Wire- Letter D
Blue Wire- Letter E
Green Wire- Letter F
JCB 8 Pin
Black Wire- Letter B
Yellow Wire- Letter C
Red Wire- Letter D
Blue Wire- Letter E
Green Wire – Letter F
JCB 14 Pin
Black Wire- Letter C
Yellow Wire- Letter D
Red Wire- Letter E
Blue Wire- Letter A
Green Wire – Letter F
John Deere 14 Pin
Black Wire- Letter B
Yellow Wire- Letter D
Red Wire- Letter C
Blue Wire- Letter E
Green Wire – Letter F
Komatsu 8 Pin W/Relay Kit
Black Wire- Letter A
Yellow Wire- Letter G
Red Wire- Letter C
Blue Wire- Letter E
Green Wire- Letter D
Skid Pro Snow Blower
Black Wire- Letter A
Yellow Wire- Letter C
Red Wire- Letter D
Blue Wire- Letter F
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Kubota 14 Pin
Mustang 14 Pin
Black Wire- Letter B
Yellow Wire- Letter G
Red Wire- Letter H
Blue Wire- Letter E
Green Wire- Letter F
New Holland 14 Pin
Black Wire- Letter B
Yellow Wire- Letter C
Red Wire- Letter D
Blue Wire- Letter E
Green Wire- Letter F
Volvo 14 pin
Black Wire- Letter B
Yellow Wire- Letter G
Red Wire- Letter H
Blue Wire- Letter E
Green Wire – Letter F
Black Wire- Letter B
Yellow Wire- Letter C
Red Wire- Letter D
Blue Wire- Letter E
Green Wire- Letter F
WIRING GUIDE
Wire Hook Up to Quick Disconnect
Black = - 12 Volt Ground
Yellow = + 12 Volt Shoot Up
Red = + 12 Volt Shoot Down
Blue = + 12 Volt Shoot Left
Green = + 12 Volt Shoot Right
Brown = Spare
Switch Kit
1. Place hand control in cab with enough extra cable so you can move around for use.
2. Run white and black wires back to battery so the white and black wires will reach the battery.
3. Now run the remaining wires to the front of the machine following the loader arms.
4. Cut wire to length and hook up to female quick disconnect.
5. Mount female quick disconnect near auxiliary hydraulic lines, use mounting plate included in box.
6. Connect wires from attachment to male end of quick disconnect.
7. Make sure the color wires from the female side match up with the color wires from the male side.
8. Connect black and white wires to battery, (black is negative, white is positive).
9. You are now ready to test the functions of the blower, to do so auxiliary hydraulics will have to be on and
running.
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Wire Harness Information
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TORQUE SPECIFICATION TABLE
General Specification Table
Use the following torques when special torques are not given. Note: These values apply to fasteners as received
from supplier, when dry. These values do not apply if lubricants are used.
BOLT SIZES (SAE)
TORQUE
INCHES
POUNDS-FOOT
NEWTONS-METER
1/4
5
7
5/16
10
14
3/8
20
27
7/16
25
41
1/2
88
119
9/16
121
164
5/8
165
224
3/4
297
403
7/8
440
597
1
638
865
1 1/8
840
1139
1 1/4
1180
1600
1 3/8
1570
2129
1 1/2
2070
2807
BOLT SIZES (METRIC)
TORQUE
MILLIMETERS
POUNDS-FOOT
NEWTONS-METER
M6
10
13
M8
22
30
M10
40
54
M12
59
80
M14
93
126
M16
130
176
M18
168
228
M20
205
278
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SKID PRO ATTACHMENT Warranty
Attachments covered under this 24 Month Warranty include:
Angle Broom; Backhoe; Industrial Brush Cutters: Close Front, Open Front, Open Front High Flow;
Dozer Blade; 84” Industrial Grapple Rake; 72” Grapple Rake; Land Leveler; Pallet Forks; Skid
Hitch; Snow Blade; Snow Blower; Soil Conditioner; Stump Bucket; Tiller; Tree Shear;
Skid Pro warrants above attachments for twenty-four months from date of shipment, to the original owner.
Warranty covers products to be free from defects in material and workmanship when properly set up and
operated in accordance with Skid Pro’s recommendations.
WARRANTY CLAIM PROCEDURE
All warranty claims must be submitted within the manufacturer’s limited warranty period. Pictures and/or a
video of the failing component(s) are required to properly document all potential warranty claims. To submit
a warranty claim, contact your Skid Pro Product Guru or complete a Warranty Claim Form on our website
and send it along with supporting pictures/video to sales@skidpro.com. Upon receipt, the warranty claim
information will be reviewed and once determined to be a valid claim, a return authorization number will be
issued for the return of the defective part(s) if applicable and replacement part(s) will be shipped. If it is
determined the defective parts are to be returned and they are not received by Skid Pro within 30 days of
receiving the replacement parts, the Buyer will be charged for the cost of the replacement parts plus any
shipping charges. Tampering with the failed part (i.e. disassembling a motor or cylinder) will void the
warranty.
EXCLUSIONS OF WARRANTY
Skid Pro’s requirement for any issue with respect to attachments shall be limited to repairing or replacing
the defective part, as this is a parts-only warranty and does not include any labor to replace or install the
part or downtime from resulting issue. Skid Pro has full technical support & assistance to assure customer
replaces the part properly for optimal performance on attachment.
This warranty shall not apply to any attachment’s wear items, or attachments that have been repaired or
altered outside the Skid Pro factory in any way, or that has been subject to misuse, negligence or accident
beyond Skid Pro’s recommended use and/or machine rated capacity.
This warranty is exclusive and in lieu of all other warranties and conditions. Skid Pro disclaims all other
warranties and conditions, express or implied, including any implied warranties or conditions of
merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. In no event shall Skid Pro be liable for any special,
incidental, indirect or consequential damage, whatsoever, including, but not limited to, loss or interruption of
business, lost profits, or loss of machine use, whether based on contract, warranty, tort, negligence, strict
liability, statute or otherwise, even if Skid Pro has been advised of the possibility of such damages.
No agent, employee, or representative of Skid Pro has any authority to bind said company to any affirmation,
representation, or warranty concerning its machinery and/or attachments except as specifically set forth
herein. Any disagreement or dispute of warranty policy or customer expectations of product, soundness,
functionality, or performance would take place in Douglas County, Alexandria, MN, where Skid Pro operates.
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PO BOX 982
Alexandria, MN 56308
Phone: 877-378-4642
FAX: 320-759-1057
www.skidpro.com
sales@skidpro.com
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