The Rammy ATV Snowblower 120 allows you to easily clear snow on any surface, from pavement to gravel, or even grass areas. As a single stage snowblower, the Rammy snowblower is compact and allows your ATV to remain agile, even while blowing snow.
The Rammy Snowblower 120 is well equipped with a Briggs & Stratton Professional series 306 cc gas engine and electric controls for chute rotation and deflector angle.
Due to its streamlined design, the Rammy can be installed or uninstalled in about 2 minutes (after the initial setup and mounting).
The Rammy snowblower includes a control box that will mount to your ATV. However, the control box is only wired to the Rammy – no connections to your ATV are necessary. The control box houses the switches to control chute rotation and deflector angle, as well as an engine kill switch.
This snowblower comes with 120 volt electric start standard, as well as recoil pull start. Watch our video on how to start the Rammy HERE.
Two wings sets are available to upgrade the snow clearing capacity. The 140 wing set increases the clearing width from 47.25 inches, to 55 inches. The 155 wing set upgrades its clearing width to 61 inches.
As previously mentioned, the Rammy ATV Snowblower 120 is powered by a Briggs & Stratton Professional series 306 cc gas engine. However, it can be upgraded to a Briggs & Stratton Professional series 420 cc gas engine – this is the PRO version which is an additional $599.
We strongly recommend the 420 cc engine for both the 140 and 155. In fact, we do not recommend using the 306 cc engine with the 155 wing set because it will struggle to keep up.
The Rammy snowblower mounts with your existing center mount snowplow brackets. However, your ATV needs a winch to raise and lower the snowblower between mowing and transport positions. We also recommend using about 100 lb of ballast weight on the rear rack of your ATV. This will help offset the added weight of the Rammy.
Additionally, you can tighten your front springs (if adjustable) and adjust your front tire pressures to help alleviate the extra weight on the suspension. If your ATV has a soft front suspension, it would benefit from having heavy duty springs or spring inserts installed.
One thing to note is that the weight is only on the suspension in transport position. When blowing snow, the weight of the Rammy is on the ground via its adjustable skid shoes.
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