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Snow-blade on '48 Massey Harris Pony

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Alex von Niebelschutz

01-29-2003 12:56:13

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Several months ago, I purchased a MH snow-blade for my '48 MH Pony. The previous owner indicated that the only way to lift the blade up and down (frame-mounted) is if the Pony has front hydraulics.

Instead of using hydraulics (which I do not have on my Pony), does anyone know if the front manual lifting arms on a Pony can be used to lift the blade up and down?

Does anyone have a Pony with a snow-blade using manual front lifting arms to lift the blade up and down?

If so, it would be great if you had a close-up picture or a photocopy of a manual that would show me.

Thanking you in advance.


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01-30-2003 04:08:19

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 Re: snow-blade on '48 Massey Harris Pony in reply to Alex von Niebelschutz, 01-29-2003 12:56:13  
I had a snow blade set up it had a big counter weight that went on back to offset weight of blade I do not have it now and did not have it on a tractor.

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02-10-2003 22:22:19

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 Re: Re: snow-blade on '48 Massey Harris Pony in reply to rod, 01-30-2003 04:08:19  
my father in law has a 35 with a snow blade- it is lifted by cables and puuleys that attach to the 3 point hitch in the rear- looked like a job to install but it seemed to work fine

maybe your plow could be set up the same way

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