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322 and 49 snow blower

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Dan in Ohio

01-29-2019 07:49:47

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This is the first time out for this unit. Well satisfied with the performance.

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01-29-2019 18:41:29

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 Re: 322 and 49 snow blower in reply to Dan in Ohio, 01-29-2019 07:49:47  
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Yea, DEERE made a "47" two stage snowblower for these tractors.

I am in the market for one, but 'til I find one near enough that I can afford I gotta make do with the "49" single stage.

It's AMAZING what even that simple blower will do.

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01-29-2019 20:43:24

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 Re: 322 and 49 snow blower in reply to Bob, 01-29-2019 18:41:29  
I do hope you find one. When you try that bad boy out you will NEVER look back. Happy hunting. Did you try Ebay. I have purchased several Gravely items on there.

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01-29-2019 11:55:30

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 Re: 322 and 49 snow blower in reply to Dan in Ohio, 01-29-2019 07:49:47  
I have the same setup, less the cab.

The 322 is an AWESOME tractor, and an AWESOME cold-starter. I run Mobil1 synthetic in it.

Needs a new seat and a front hubcap, tho!

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01-29-2019 13:52:43

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 Re: 322 and 49 snow blower in reply to Bob, 01-29-2019 11:55:30  
Don't think I am being mean, they are single stage. Two of my neighbors have John Deerers set up that way and in powder they are fine but there is nothing like a dual stage. I have a Gravely with the old style " dog eater" on a C-10 commercial machine. This video is what my wish list would be. A 16 horse with the newer "Snow Cannon". Yes he doesn't even have it cranked up and it blows like that. They were brutes of a machine. Back in their day you could buy half a dozen machines for the cost of one of them. My C-10 with the 28 inch blower on it is over 800 pounds.

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Mike M

02-05-2019 12:45:20

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 Re: 322 and 49 snow blower in reply to Jeffcat, 01-29-2019 13:52:43  
Doesn't look like you can blow to the other side if you needed to ?

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