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Re: Using old John Deere's 0n snow blowers

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Dan in Ohio

12-27-2012 07:14:09

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Good point, did not think about that fast reverse. Have never used the PTO on any of my old tractors. May have to look into putting one on this little guy.


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12-27-2012 15:58:37

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 Re: Using old John Deere's 0n snow blowers in reply to Dan in Ohio, 12-27-2012 07:14:09  
absolutely on that,I have one on a old 322 hydro works great no slipping the clutch

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Mike M

12-27-2012 08:03:03

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 Re: Using old John Deere's 0n snow blowers in reply to Dan in Ohio, 12-27-2012 07:14:09  
Put one on the front of that one !!!! tire chains too and I'll bet you can run circles around that old 70 and your neighbor.

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Tim S

12-27-2012 08:10:49

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 Re: Using old John Deere's 0n snow blowers in reply to Mike M, 12-27-2012 08:03:03  
Yes Mike that little Hydrostatic would work out good, a blower on the front end is the better way, A couple years ago I was working on an idea to run mine on the front shaft of the 2510, was gonna make a drop case to get under the oil pan to get the power to it,,but the sun came out and the ideas went away with the snow...

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Mike M

12-27-2012 10:44:08

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 Re: Using old John Deere's 0n snow blowers in reply to Tim S, 12-27-2012 08:10:49  
I think I saw on this site ? pictures where someone was mounting old 3 point snow blowers on the front end loaders ( or maybe just frt ends ) and running them with a hyd. motor driven from a pto pump.

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