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brian dilks

12-30-2012 21:05:31
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Does anyone know where I can find a blade and mount that would fit a late 49 b. I need to plow snow.




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MI AC Parsons

12-31-2012 22:45:32
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 Re: front blade in reply to brian dilks, 12-30-2012 21:05:31  
Old, I'm curious, I have a trip loader on an Allis D-15 and have wanted to replace the bucket with a snow blade. I've always thought that I would get stuck with just rear wheel drive. Do you put chains on? Blacktop drive so I don't want it chewed up. Rear 3 pt blade works ok, but lots of spinning. Wouldn't the blade stick out too far in front of the tractor?



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ss55

12-31-2012 09:26:09
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 Re: front blade in reply to brian dilks, 12-30-2012 21:05:31  
How deep does your snow get?

For a '49 John Deere B, a Deere #45 trip loader with a blade, a snow bucket or a wide board will work well and should not be expensive. Other older loaders will work too, there are just fewer around.



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DeltaRed

12-31-2012 07:39:20
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 Re: front blade in reply to brian dilks, 12-30-2012 21:05:31  
At this 'late date',go find(buy,borrow)a 3point blade.Plow your snow.Then you can acquire (make,buy...)a front blade at your'liesure'.Not while you're "under the gun".



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brian dilks

12-31-2012 08:13:56
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 Re: front blade in reply to DeltaRed, 12-31-2012 07:39:20  
I have a father inlaw who is close if I need him. But I would like to have my own.



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JMS/.MN

12-30-2012 22:23:39
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 Re: front blade in reply to brian dilks, 12-30-2012 21:05:31  
Like old says, you need to be brand specific. Many are home made, and could post pics of what they made, but they need to know the brand of tractor. Some are HM blades on the tractor mfgr loader, others, not...just what someone cobbled together. Pics, with knowledge of your tractor, might provide some ideas for you or your local welder.



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old

12-30-2012 21:30:08
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 Re: front blade in reply to brian dilks, 12-30-2012 21:05:31  
B as in what brand??? A/C made a B so did Farmall and so did JD. Hard for us to help you help your self with out know what you have since each is different. That said years ago I built a mount for a blade on my A/C C but the same mount and set up would work on a B



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brian dilks

12-31-2012 05:47:08
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 Re: front blade in reply to old, 12-30-2012 21:30:08  
Sorry about that its a 49 jd b



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BushogPapa

12-31-2012 13:13:26
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 Re: front blade in reply to brian dilks, 12-31-2012 05:47:08  
The "Co-Op" loader will last a lifetime and works well, on a Late JD "B".. An after-Market 3-point and rear blade will "Move snow" better...you just cannot pile it up as high...

I prefer the Rear blade for general "Clearing the Drive"..usually Backing-up..

Ron..



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brian dilks

12-31-2012 05:45:41
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 Re: front blade in reply to old, 12-30-2012 21:30:08  
Sorry about that its a 49 jd b



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old

12-31-2012 09:02:11
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 Re: front blade in reply to brian dilks, 12-31-2012 05:45:41  
LOL and that is the one I am least likely to be able to help with. I have seen set ups on them but my B it would not work on but then my JD-B is a 1935 on full steel and steel wheels and things like snow do not mix well.



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