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John Deere 110 - snow blower?

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05-15-2008 16:33:45

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Just got my 110 running & having "way too much fun". Was wondering if they made a snowblower for it, how much one could expect to pay for one, and if the 8 hp Kohler is big enough to satisfactorily run one? happy putting.....RP

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05-16-2008 06:55:14

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 Re: John Deere 110 - snow blower? in reply to Rock_Picker(MO), 05-15-2008 16:33:45  
You did not state rather you had a early or late 110, the early 110 with the pan fenders takes a model 36 snow thrower and the later 110 with the fender deck takes a 37 or 37A snow thrower, the 37A is a better thrower as it does not cross the drive belt.
I had a 110 with the 36 thrower and the 8 HP did a good job most of the time.
I prefer a walk behind blower as it much more manuverable.
Any small tractor will require weights and chains

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05-16-2008 19:14:57

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 Re: John Deere 110 - snow blower? in reply to Timberoak 2119, 05-16-2008 06:55:14  
My tractor is a 1974 model.......thanks for the info........james

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05-16-2008 04:33:07

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 Re: John Deere 110 - snow blower? in reply to Rock_Picker(MO), 05-15-2008 16:33:45  

What you need is a 37A snowthrower
You will also need the front lift if its not already on tractor
Good Luck Gary

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05-15-2008 17:04:44

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 Re: John Deere 110 - snow blower? in reply to Rock_Picker(MO), 05-15-2008 16:33:45  
I"ve got a Snowthrower for my 8hp and get along just fine during the Iowa winters also have one for my 10hp. Deep wet snow can cause problems, that"s the problem with a thrower over a blower. A good one would probably cost around $200 around here.

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