Top 10 Tough machines for winter

No. 3 Kawasaki Teryx4 750 EPS Camo

The freshly launched Kawasaki Teryx value vehicle seats four and has a 749-cc engine. The modifiable rear suspension and 8.3-inch gas-charged rear shocks mean you can clump over a heap of snow without sensing a jolt from every rock and tree limb. The Teryx has approximately 11 inches of ground clearance and an 86.1-inch wheel base to keep the vehicle stable on the track.

No. 2 Case IH Farmall 75N Tractor with Snowthrower

The 2.9 liter diesel engine on this Case Farmall tractor gives about 75 hp for pushing through snowdrifts. The engine is provided with turbocharged and utilizes intercooled objective for extra power and faster cold weather starts. The description suggests that there’s a 64-inch, a 74-inch, and an 84-inch editions, and every one of them utilizes four steel blades. The truck’s cab is provided with a hydraulic level means you can regulate the blade without stepping into the powder.

No. 1 Caterpillar 160M Motor Grader

Usually the motor graders are used in maintaining slope or grade in highway construction yet it can as well perform variety of functions. This Cat Grader is a commonly observed in blizzard prone areas like Minnesota and Colorado. The specifications are as under; weight 52,000 pound, has a 213 hp engine with a max torque of 912 lb-ft, or about three times that of a standard pickup.

The blade on the 160M model measures 14 feet wide by about 2 inches thick. The grader, used in the summer for smoothing over dirt roads, carries about 110 gallons of fuel and uses hydraulic blades for precise leveling. It’s surprisingly smooth to control: There are two joysticks and an electronic throttle.















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