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    Silver Member v8only's Avatar
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    1988 John Deere 755

    Default Re: Ballast for a 59 front mount snowblower

    you might be able to use a plastic that you might find on pylons. What if you try some rubber mud flaps and cut them to strips and fasten with self taping screws that you counter sink abit?
    1988 John Deere 755
    52 Loader
    JD 59 Front mount snowblower
    60" MMM
    MFWD
    48" JD Model 40 tiller

    Craftsman YS4500
    22 Hp Briggs & Stratton

  2. #32
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    John Deere 955, John Deere 300B, John Deere 332

    Default Re: Ballast for a 59 front mount snowblower

    I have some 47 & 59 snow blower parts available: skids/shoes, they have some wear, but are usable/repairable $20 each. Also have long driveshaft $100, intermediate shaft $100 & shorter shaft $100 for these snowblowers. I also have extra bearings for intermediate shaft & cable for shute rotation $50. 744-3278 in area code 518

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