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myles2

04-11-2009 23:37:08




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Does anyone use a 430 to snowblow? I may be able to get a McKee 720 double auger cheap and was wondering if low reverse is slow enough.

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myles2

04-12-2009 17:45:21




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 Re: 430 snowblower in reply to myles2, 04-11-2009 23:37:08  
Thanks for the info. What model blowers do you run?



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R F W

04-12-2009 08:00:05




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 Re: 430 snowblower in reply to myles2, 04-11-2009 23:37:08  
I have a Case 430 with a single auger snow blower that I use for blowing snow and it works fine blows snow 30',the tractor could use a few more H P but no serious problems Barney



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bradley martin

04-12-2009 06:03:43




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 Re: 430 snowblower in reply to myles2, 04-11-2009 23:37:08  
I use a 430 for snow blowing..works fine. I doubt, though, that it would handle a double auger one,



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