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  1. #1711
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    '09 JD 5105M Cab & '05 JD 4720 Cab

    Default Re: Pictures of your snow weapons

    Insider view shot an hour ago. This is the JD 4720

    JD 5105M & JD 4720 Cabbies w. Shoule reversible snow blade/Shoule rear snowblower; Pronovost blower; backhoe and some attachments I have no idea what they are for.

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    Bronze Member triangel's Avatar
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    melville sk canada
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    new holland t1510, 730 case

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    where did you get the kit for your blower and how much did it cost? Is it a universal kit to fit any blower I have a farm king 84" on my t1510 new holland. Nice job your doing anyway.

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    New Member cxp500's Avatar
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    JD X595

    Default Re: Pictures of your snow weapons

    Hi Guys, here is a picture of my snow weapon and I like it for sure...
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    Jay Dee

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    Kubota B2320

    Default Re: Pictures of your snow weapons

    Quote Originally Posted by Karl2 View Post
    Insider view shot an hour ago. This is the JD 4720

    Wow, you guys have waaaay more snow than here
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  5. #1715
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    John Deere 2520

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    Quote Originally Posted by cxp500 View Post
    Hi Guys, here is a picture of my snow weapon and I like it for sure...
    <img src="http://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=305909"/>
    Is that the 47" or the 54". The 54" version of that blower is what I am going to buy for my 2520 if I can ever sell my rear unit.

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  6. #1716
    New Member cxp500's Avatar
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    JD X595

    Default Re: Pictures of your snow weapons

    Yes, we had a bunch of snow during the last holliday season but now we don't have nothing even though we're not on grass yet. For your info, it's the 47 version of the JD blower. It's appropriate for my home driveway. It is working fine w/ the X595, plenty of power...
    Jay Dee

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    JD GT245 sold
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    Gold Member duroc's Avatar
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    NH T1510 HST

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    Quote Originally Posted by triangel View Post
    where did you get the kit for your blower and how much did it cost? Is it a universal kit to fit any blower I have a farm king 84" on my t1510 new holland. Nice job your doing anyway.
    Wow, you're running an 84" blower on the t1510? I thought the max for that was a 64". How does the tractor handle the extra 20"?
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    new holland t1510, 730 case

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    It has a good load if the snow is 18" or more however with the hydro trans you move at the speed it handles it at. Mostly here we only get 5 or 6 inches at a time so I very seldom have to slow down to much. Also after the first cut you only have to take 3/4 or so of the machine cut. I had this on my 730 case oridginally. A front mount for my tractor is 6200 dollars new, no chance of that happening. Sure would be nice to look forward though instead of craning your neck all the time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by triangel View Post
    It has a good load if the snow is 18" or more however with the hydro trans you move at the speed it handles it at. Mostly here we only get 5 or 6 inches at a time so I very seldom have to slow down to much. Also after the first cut you only have to take 3/4 or so of the machine cut. I had this on my 730 case oridginally.
    Okay, that makes sense then! Mine is a 64" and I have yet to stall it (also hydro) during normal blowing, but we don't get much snow at one time either. I can, however, make it grunt when I'm removing piles of snow.

    A front mount for my tractor is 6200 dollars new, no chance of that happening. Sure would be nice to look forward though instead of craning your neck all the time.
    I bought my rear blower instead of a front for the same reason - hard to believe they cost that much! I use my FEL mounted plow more than the blower, but it's nice to have the blower when I need to clean up after the plow. Maybe someday I too will have a front mounted blower. I'd like to have a cab too, but I think the cab would come first!

    BTW - nice avatar! I have about 1-2 months before I can get my bike out.
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    Bronze Member triangel's Avatar
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    Thank you, yes I am looking forward to summer as well, charged up the battery in my bike and fired it up in the shed, but driving is still 3 months away at least up here. Sorry when I asked how much should have looked at the page before with the info attached My mistake

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