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09-10-2001 18:37:22

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we would like to know if we can put a blade on a 1948 farmall M to plow snow. We do not have a three point hitch and would just as soon leave the tractor in original condition if we can. Please let me know if there is any way to do this. I am also looking for a company that makes a brush hog that is 7 foot wide and will work on a draw bar, I am hearing that they can not be bought but I am seeing them on the highway departments tractors all the time. A common name brand is Rhino but being slow on the I-Net, I can not even find their sight. HELP

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09-12-2001 11:38:42

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 Re: farmall m in reply to Busch, 09-10-2001 18:37:22  
I think the loader is the way to go. Dad replaced the trip bucket on his with a straight blade and it moves snow really well. The H is the only thing that will start in the winter! I found my pull type 6' rotary cutter in a guy's yard and gave him $25. It needed tires but cuts good. Does not even slow an M down. A highway department auction sounds like the best place to look for the type of cutter you seek.

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09-11-2001 10:53:27

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 Re: farmall m in reply to Busch, 09-10-2001 18:37:22  
You might be able to find midmounted(belly) blade, but those are kinda rare. For a front mounted plow, you'll probably have to fabricate your own mounting system. In my opinion, just get a used loader with a snow bucket for your tractor. Something like a Du-all 250 or a Farmhand F11 loader. These can usuall be found at a fair price.

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09-10-2001 20:22:22

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 Re: farmall m in reply to Busch, 09-10-2001 18:37:22  
You can buy good used pull type brush hogs at nearly any farm auction. with widths ranging from 5-15 feet depending on your application. The M could handle more than a 7 foot brush hog, but, buying a new implement might not be the best idea. Used pull-type brush cutters in my neck of the woods sell for between 100 and 400 dollars depending on the condition. Hope to Help..

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09-10-2001 19:04:05

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 Re: farmall m in reply to Busch, 09-10-2001 18:37:22  
Forgot to tell you. If you get a rotary cutter for your M be sure to get an over running clutch for the PTO to go with it. Without the overrunning clutch, the cutter will push the tractor where you don't want to go when you try to stop.

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09-10-2001 18:46:56

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 Re: farmall m in reply to Busch, 09-10-2001 18:37:22  
Bush Hog makes there 7 ft heavy duty rotary cutter Model 307 with a pull behind hitch. It's gonna cost you more than your Farmall M though.

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