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Ford 9N, 2N & 8N Discussion Board

Re: New snow removal setup

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Posted by CameronP on November 18, 2013 at 18:51:27 from (

In Reply to: New snow removal setup posted by CameronP on November 18, 2013 at 10:00:01:

I'll try my best to cover all the questions here:

It was made by a friend of mine's grandfather who is a heavy equipment mechanic; he has actually made a couple of them. This one was sitting in the back woods and I was told it was mine if I could get it out of there. Getting it into the truck was a serious workout.

Not sure of the brand, there was a tag riveted to the top, but it was rusted beyond readability.

As far as feet, the ones at TSC didn't look like they'd fit. I will have to make some measurements and keep my eye out for some.

I thought about flipping the tires to run in reverse, but its seems like as soon as the ground gets hard and the snowpack solidifies, the tread doesn't matter at all its the chains that do all the work. And it will do double duty hauling firewood outback over the winter and I'll need the traction going forward.

The driveway is flat and short, no inclines to complicate things. I will order some chains soon and the tires have calcium in them. The previous owner drained a good bit of the water out so they may not have enough weight. But that's a question for another post.

I'll update with more pictures once we get some plowable snow around here.


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