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    Default snow plow for my new holland tz25da

    Hello I am looking for a snow plow for my tz25. I have a bush hog front end loader on now. I would be open to a snowplow that mounts onto the loader or one that mounts to the tractor with the loader off. I don't think bush hog makes any.
    What snowplow would work good on my plow?

    Any ideas?

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    Default Re: snow plow for my new holland tz25da

    not a whole lot of feedback here guys... what kind of plow can i get for my tractor?

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    Default Re: snow plow for my new holland tz25da

    A lot of people fabricate their own mount onto the bucket, Some use bobcats quick attach set up. It depends if you want a plow that angles - then you need a hydraulic hookup. If your plow sticks out a bit and you run it at an angle, you need a heavier tractor to keep the front end from sliding sideways. I find that I need chains on my rear wheels when there is any kind of ice. I have a manual 30hp TC30 and it pushes a 7' plow easily. I cut the mount from a snowbear snow plow and bolted it into my bucket. I leave it on all winter.

    Plowing without a cab is cold. You might think about that. With a rigid plow it takes longer than with a plow that angles.
    Here is my setup.-tractorplow-jpg The plow swivels forward and backwards and has 2 springs the cutting edge works against, The chain hanging down unhooked from a spring. I don't much use skid plates- have them, but it is just easier to tilt the bucked and give the plow a nice angle. Once I have it- I leave it until I'm done.

    I looked your tractor up- 7' might be big, maybe a light weight (one of the snowplows they are making for the newer trucks with lighter front end suspension) Snowbear (Canada) sells a range of snow plows. 5' or 6' plows might be good. Measure the outside width of your back tires for your minimum size plow. Buy a plow and have a welder adapt the mount for your bucket. Another option would be to put a grader blade on the back and keep your blower on the front. Best of both worlds.
    Here is an old post I did.
    http://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/a...-snowplow.html
    Good luck.
    Last edited by tcreeley; 08-20-2013 at 01:37 AM.
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    Default Re: snow plow for my new holland tz25da

    Snowplows cost big $$$ if you want new or want one that can hook up to your tractor or loader without any modification on your part. Likely looking at $3000+ for a plow. Thats why most people make their own mount, so you can use a $200-$300 used craigslist plow.

    And without knowing your location, how much snow do you get?? Light fluffy snow?? wet and heavy?? How much do you have to plow?? how often??

    A $200 rear blade for the tractor, and the FEL is a good combination that is cheap and effective for a small driveway a few times a year.
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    Default Re: snow plow for my new holland tz25da

    I had the 60 inch front blade with the quick hitch for my T1010 which is the same tractor just a year newer. Loved it. I ended up trading it in when i traded in the T1010 for the T1110. I wish i had kept it. It worked great for snow. They are pricey but in my opinion it was well worth the money. New Holland still has them and i'm guessing a dealer could get one for you. I've only seen one for sale that was used which tells me hardly any were sold or people just don't get rid of them.

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    Default Re: snow plow for my new holland tz25da

    Thanks for the reply...

    do you know the model name for the plow?

    Thanks.

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    Default Re: snow plow for my new holland tz25da

    Had to do some googling. Look for new hplland 54cb or 60cb. U need the quick hitch too. I was fortunate to find mine used for a decent price. It was great in the snow. I just ordered a 60 inch front snowblower. Looking forward to using it this winter. Would buy the blade again but always wanted a front snowblower. If u have any more questions about it let me know. Thanks, Marty

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