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Re: COM/PS question for you experts, long winded.

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I have run both 830 COM, and 2090 PS on the snow blower. I will tell you my experience with both. Both have clutch pedals that push really easy. 830 has a nice slow reverse, but at 65 HP it is a little short on snort for a snow blower. Personally I do not prefer the PS on the snow blower. Reverse in each gear is the same speed as 3rd PS. Reverse is to fast, and to go forward while empty you need to power shift up to 3rd to go the same speed as reverse. Then manually PS down before pushing the clutch pedal in to go to reverse. I prefer my 970 8 speed myself. Low reverse is a good speed, and 4th to move ahead empty. But that is back to a hard pushing clutch pedal. Trying to give you a straight shot, but take it for what it is worth. DK

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03-24-2013 19:33:31

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 Re: COM/PS question for you experts, long winded. in reply to DKase, 03-24-2013 19:13:54  
I'm like you, love the com on the blower. But the 800 is not enough horse so I use the 930 LP. Guess we need to put a 930 engine in your 830 or my 800!!

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03-25-2013 05:25:32

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 Re: COM/PS question for you experts, long winded. in reply to casecollectorsc, 03-24-2013 19:33:31  
Thats sounds like a great blower tractor to put about 100 hp in front of a COM. Now the challenge would be not to fry the PTO clutch.

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