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Dearborn Snow Plow

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09-16-2020 07:48:57

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I just purchased the Dearborn front plow for an 8N. Everything is there, but the rear brackets are home made but functional. What are the chain holding brackets for because the only thing missing is that chain and I haven't seen any pics of the chain installed or where it is attached to the frame.

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09-19-2020 16:50:02

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 Re: Dearborn Snow Plow in reply to ajhbike, 09-16-2020 07:48:57  
I got it to fit on the TO 35...back brackets are rough. I learned it is all about how well you put the frame on blocks. Now for the fine tuning and to find a 1" x 6" bolt to properly lock the plow to the frame....

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09-19-2020 18:41:25

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 Re: Dearborn Snow Plow in reply to ajhbike, 09-19-2020 16:50:02  
There are more than one Dearborn front plow blade that mounts to the underbelly framework. There is the snow plow blade, a dirt dozer blade, and a V snow plow. Yours appears to be the dirt dozer blade as there are no trip springs on the plow like the snow plow blade had and the sides of your blade appear straight like the dozer blade. The snow plow also had rounded side edges that cute a straight side edge when the blade is angled. I'm sure folks have used the dozer blade to move snow, but have to be careful not to hit an immoveable object and injure yourself or tractor since there are no made trip springs.

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09-17-2020 05:12:58

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 Re: Dearborn Snow Plow in reply to ajhbike, 09-16-2020 07:48:57  
Also with the chains holding the front plow up, the crossbar used on the lower lift arms of the three point hitch to raise and lower the front plow can be removed and allow use of the three point hitch while the front plow is hanging from the chains on the rear plow mounting brackets.

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09-17-2020 02:28:27

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 Re: Dearborn Snow Plow in reply to ajhbike, 09-16-2020 07:48:57  
You could hook the chains to the brackets to keep the plow from drifting down.

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