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  1. #1231
    Platinum Member Carl Bert's Avatar
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    Kubota B26, John deere X595

    Default Re: Pictures of your snow weapons

    Quote Originally Posted by Henri88 View Post
    Its a Jodale Perry cab soft-side. Bought my tractor with the snowblower but no cab in 2008. By the end of december of the same year, my mind was made up, I needed a cab. Very windy here on the edge of the Bay of Chaleur. I just love the cab. I remove it in the spring and its back on in the fall.
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    That is just beautiful. If you don't mind my asking, could you tell me approximately what something like that would cost, with heat?
    2010 Kubota B26 TLB w/hyd thumb. 2004 John Deere X595 w/62" MMM.

    Carl Bertuzzi

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    Platinum Member Henri88's Avatar
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    2008 JD 2305

    Default Re: Pictures of your snow weapons

    I paid a little over 4K. They are somewhat expensive, but very well made. Mine came with the heater, front wiper, inside dome light, front and rear lights. They are ROPS so you have to remove yours to install the cab. If you go on their site, you have the option to built your own and it will give you the price. I don't think you have the option of the soft side cab anymore. Jodale Perry | World class engineering and manufacturing of ROPS products
    Henri

    How could you be told I was french?

    Rotary cutter 4' Howse , mid mount mower 54'' , f.e. loader 200CX , tiller RT1150 Frontier , cultivator PC1001 Frontier , middle buster PM1001 Frontier , JD 47'' front snowblower , pallet forks , 4' boxblade Agriease , grass-sweeper , quick hitch Speeco , trailer hitch , cab Jodale-Perry , trailer 16' galvanized Easy-Hauler ,

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    Kubota L3130 HST

    Default Re: Pictures of your snow weapons

    We live on 11 acres in northwest lower Michigan and get plenty of snow. We had a particularly bad one last March when 14" of very wet snow hit the area and took down many trees and power lines. Our 600' driveway was barely recognizable with all the downed trees, and it took a lot of effort with tractor/blower and chain saw to make things passable. Then we had to clear our neighbor's driveway (longer than 600') since she was out of town, and we didn't want her coming home to an impassable driveway. The tractor and my 1994 triple bypass earned their keep on this one.

    Our equipment - 2004 kubota L3130 with L2174A 62" front snow blower (a former neighbor had a John Deere with a rear blower which did a good job, but driving backward always seemed like the wrong way to get the job done - we opted for a front blower when we made the move to a tractor/blower). We also have a back blade that comes into play occasionally, but the front blower is what we rely on for the vast majority of our snow removal.

    John
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    MF 2410 TLB Cub Cadet lawn tractor. TroyBuilt chipper Vac

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    I'm ready for the first snowfall with my blower and the new weight that I made this summer. As you can see the 24* grade is no picnic and my BH was too heavy when going uphill.

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    Default Re: Pictures of your snow weapons

    Until I get this stuck, which I haven't in two foot snows, I'm holding off on a front blower for the kubota. Seriously expensive but that warm cab with my new speakers playing is sure going to make me think twice.
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    Default Re: Pictures of your snow weapons

    All warshed up, fresh fluid/filter change/grease, full of diesel and ready to go.... And pictures of my JD 420, 20hp Onan HST. About 1000 pounds with 400 pounds of Allis C. weights on the back. She will push snow straight forward until it stalls if you let it.. 3/4" ply box on front for snow pusher, with a double plastic pipe bottom. Got a couple AM37982 quick connects coming for the hose leaks...
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    48" CID QA forks, 6' EverythingAttachments Land Plane, 78" JRW rear blower, homemade 1 ton rear weight, homemade boom

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    Loadlifter 4400 series (30 ft lift, 6000lbs cap)

    Default Re: Pictures of your snow weapons

    Does anyone spray their Plow...like with WD40?

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    Default Re: Pictures of your snow weapons

    Quote Originally Posted by hdmyers View Post
    Does anyone spray their Plow...like with WD40?
    Having read a lot of threads about snow blowing and plowing...looks like a lot of folks use WD-40 (or an equivalent...some use PAM) on their plows and blowers.
    Roy Jackson

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    Mahindra 2615 hst fel, bh

    Default Re: Pictures of your snow weapons

    I use regular car wax on my blade, works pretty good except my drive is stone and it has a tendacy to wear off fast with heavy wet snow. When I wax it ,I put it on heavy and don't buff it.

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    07 Kioti DK45 SE HST/401 FEL

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    This is my snow removal equipment. That is my wife trying it out last winter-wp_000089-jpg
    Don
    Kioti DK45 SE HST/401 FEL, 7 ft landscape rake, 4 ft QA forks, 7' Fisher snowplow converted to QA, Satoh Bull 630D w/fel (being restored) JD 317, mower, tiller

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