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    Default PTO Shaft for 47" Snowblower

    I sold my 47" Snowblower and still have the PTO shaft and was thinking about selling that. Is there any uses for it that would warrant me keeping it for my tractor?
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    X740; 62" Deck; w/47" Snoblower; 42" Hydraulic Tiller.
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    Default Re: PTO Shaft for 47" Snowblower

    A broom attachment would probably be the only other usage. I made my PTO shaft for a snow blower with a couple bearings and a 1" shaft. Certainly cheaper than a parts dept. purchase.

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    Default Re: PTO Shaft for 47" Snowblower

    Quote Originally Posted by Agent Blue View Post
    A broom attachment would probably be the only other usage. I made my PTO shaft for a snow blower with a couple bearings and a 1" shaft. Certainly cheaper than a parts dept. purchase.
    I never thought about a broom attachment. Maybe I'll hang on to it for a spell just in case, unless I get a good price for it.
    3720, Frontier 6' BB; 6' Rear Blade.; Loaded tires and Ballast Box; Dirt Scoop.

    X740; 62" Deck; w/47" Snoblower; 42" Hydraulic Tiller.
    54" Front blade; 48" Belly Blade

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    Default Re: PTO Shaft for 47" Snowblower

    Quote Originally Posted by deere Dude View Post
    I never thought about a broom attachment. Maybe I'll hang on to it for a spell just in case, unless I get a good price for it.
    They are hard to get rid of. I tried to give one to my dealer several years ago but he didn't want it. He said he already had several used ones that he couldn't get rid of.
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    Default Re: PTO Shaft for 47" Snowblower

    I sold one on eBay. Got $85 for it 4 yrs ago.

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