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446 plow question

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01-11-2014 06:55:48

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Found this listed in our local Craislist, but I'm wondering how this would mount to our 446. We have a mower deck on it, but no other attachments. Are there more pieces needed for this to hook up? I assume it uses the hydraulic deck lift? Also, does this blade angle? It looked that way in the picture.

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01-11-2014 16:50:26

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 Re: 446 plow question in reply to farmboyWI, 01-11-2014 06:55:48  
Looks like it is missing the front mounting bracket, the lift link, and the plate that bolts onto the mid rockshaft to run the lift link. It also looks like the narrower blade that would better fit the small wheeled tractors. The big wheeled tractors are about the same width as the smaller blade and if you angle the blade, the tractor is wider than the blade.

I probably have a smaller, complete one I would sell for that price in North Central Iowa. I have 3 and that is too many to use at one time.
This post was edited by JimEvans at 16:51:48 01/11/14.

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01-11-2014 12:52:18

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 Re: 446 plow question in reply to farmboyWI, 01-11-2014 06:55:48  
The blade is a manual angle. The mounting bracket and lift link are gone. A friend by Madison has a UB54 blade brand new in the box.

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