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    Default Frontier Snowblower All Hooked-Up

    Took delivery this morning. Real nice unit with some great specs.





    JD770 '92 4x4 SMC FEL JD Ballast Box 6' CountyLine Back Blade 6' CountyLine Rake CountyLine CarryAll
    64" Frontier Snowblower

    Favorite Color....Green

    The sky was yellow and the sun was blue.

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    Default Re: Frontier Snowblower All Hooked-Up

    When i was looking at JD's, i liked the build of the Frontier. Nice units
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    Nice . I think I'm goin' to add that to my lists of attachment to get...
    2010 CT235 with Bobtach, Rear Remotes, FEL, Kioti 60" Boxblade, 36" Fork, Snow-Sport Snow Plow, Wally BX42 Chipper, Land Pride LR 1584, Land Pride RB 1584, Gator 48" Grapple, HTL, Woods BH7500, HF 3PT Hitch Quick Attach, HF 3PT Hitch (Modified to work with BobTach in Front)
    CT 235 traded for CT 440 with free 72" snow blower...

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    Default Re: Frontier Snowblower All Hooked-Up

    Very nice implement!!!
    Now all you need is a blizzard to put it to work!
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    Default Re: Frontier Snowblower All Hooked-Up

    Nice unit - as I am sitting here in my shorts thinking about going for a swim!!

    Somehow just doesn't fit the picture..
    For personal use a Kubota B3030 (was a B3200) - MMM, 64" RM Kubota snowblower with hyd chute, FEL with QA, 60" LM bucket and HLA pallet fork for the work (did I say work? ;-) around the place and the business has a Kubota M7040 and a M8540 both with FEL - QA and custom HLA bucket and bale spears for the "real" work everyday 365 days a year.

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    Default Re: Frontier Snowblower All Hooked-Up

    AAHH!

    Snowblowers at 100 degrees!
    My rides - '95 Kubota M4700 w/ PEC, LA1001 FEL :'07 B7610, LA352 FEL, Bush Hog SBX 48 box blade, '09 Woods BH70-X w/ 16" bucket and thumb, 3pt pallet forks, Dale Phillips PHD, Jinma 8" chipper, 2 Piranha's, Winco 12KW PTO generator, Howse plow, 5' KK tiller with a 2002 7.3L Ford F350 CC DRW 4x4 and '07 18' Hudson HSE Deluxe trailer - 5 Ton to haul it all

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    Default Re: Frontier Snowblower All Hooked-Up

    Maybe if you run water through it, it will be like on the fan misters they have at the fair.

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    Default Re: Frontier Snowblower All Hooked-Up

    JDGreengrass -- What did you pay for the blower? I've been looking and have settled on the same model Frontier unit. Lowest price I've been able to find is $2470 in the Central Ohio area.

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    Default Re: Frontier Snowblower All Hooked-Up

    Sorry. When I followed this thread back I saw that you'd already mentioned the price. Great deal. I can't find a dealer that will go below $2450. We had so much snow last year that I spent days digging through drifts with the FEL. I want to be able to throw that stuff way out of the way next winter.
    Last edited by CH4Ohio; 08-21-2010 at 05:08 PM.

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    Default Re: Frontier Snowblower All Hooked-Up

    Quote Originally Posted by CH4Ohio View Post
    Sorry. When I followed this thread back I saw that you'd already mentioned the price. Great deal. I can't find a dealer that will go below $2450. We had so much snow last year that I spent days digging through drifts with the FEL. I want to be able to throw that stuff way out of the way next winter.

    I found out the same thing with my bucket. It does a nice job but it's just a bit slow going. A snowblower is very efficient...one pass and the snow is gone.

    I thought I would be paying around $2,500, that's what I budgeted for. My dealer quoted me $2,000 for the SB1154 so I was pleasantly surprised with the $2,100 tag for the SB1164. 5% sales tax boosted it up to $2,205. I call that a bargain.

    At $2,450 I still think the implement is worth it. Tell him to take off the tax and pay him just the $2450. Might fly.?? I actually went with Deere credit and the minimum payment is like $54 a month which is very affordable if you find that's all you can pay. Of course the interest rate is around 12% but I hope to have it payed off in a year....then spring for a box blade.

    I hope you get the blower. It looks to be a good one, for sure.
    JD770 '92 4x4 SMC FEL JD Ballast Box 6' CountyLine Back Blade 6' CountyLine Rake CountyLine CarryAll
    64" Frontier Snowblower

    Favorite Color....Green

    The sky was yellow and the sun was blue.

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