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$600 max, add $100 for belt / pto unit. Dealers were asking $900 for hand cranks and were not moving them. $1000 will buy an electric start unit. Add another $150 with hydraulkics although one would suspect them of being added later.

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 Re: Re: Easy question in reply to D13, 04-21-2000 20:00:40  
Thanks a bunch. It does have both the hydraulics and the Pto/belt. How hard is it to find a blade for a B?

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04-22-2000 08:52:15

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 Re: Re: Re: Easy question in reply to FM.., 04-21-2000 20:11:13  
I've heard that there is a factory snap coupler blade for these. Since I've never seen a B with a snap coupler, I suspect people are using CA parts. One of my B's has a front blade, mounted on a structure hung from the front axle support and the cultivator bosses on the torque tube. It uses a Farmall valve set and an auto power steering pump to run. My other one has tabs welded to the front axle for a similar unit only using chain supports. For a back blade, try to find the factory rockshaft (mounts between the rear edges of the fenders) and front drawbar (goes between the final drives like the rear drawbar, only uses the front holes), then the front of the unit mounts to the drawbar and the rockshaft picks it up. The other option is a 3 point conversion, $250-450, then you can use any implement. Remember you only have 16-24HP and 2000 lbs weight, a 4-5' blade will be all you can handle.

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