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    John Deere 755 with a 59" blower. First time using it and the 755 is rated for the 47" blower so we will see how it blows.
    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

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    Here is my "snow weapon" for when it becomes too much for my little tractor.

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    Kubota L4610 and John Deere 410 - WR Long 64" Grapple (best attachment ever!) QA front forks, rear forks, Brown 472 HD Rotary Mower, Land Pride RBT4096 hydro blade, Woods 7200 Power Rake, homemade 3 pt log splitter, Land Pride rake/blade combo, Land Pride HRL 3578 box blade (Hydro scarifiers), Shaver SC50 3 pt. Stumpgrinder, FitRiteHydraulics TnT, 6" Vermeer PTO Chipper (Hydro feed), Disc Plow, Ratchet Rake, LP HD25 Hydraulic PHD, Woodmizer LT15 portable sawmill
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    Quote Originally Posted by v8only View Post
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    John Deere 755 with a 59" blower. First time using it and the 755 is rated for the 47" blower so we will see how it blows.

    Good luck with that set up...I think the 755 is a bit underpowered for the 59" blower.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RoyJackson View Post
    Good luck with that set up...I think the 755 is a bit underpowered for the 59" blower.
    He'll be just fine. In real heavy snow he'll have to slow down a little but for a normal snowfall, I'm betting it'll be full speed ahead. Big box store tractors have 42"-48" blowers on the front and don't complain one big, the 755 will drive a slightly larger blower no problem.

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    03 TJ, 6.0 Chevy, D60 with ARB front, 14 bolt with Detroit, 40" Krawlers, 7.5' Fisher lifted with a Warn 12K lb winch on a custom frame.






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    Quote Originally Posted by v8only View Post
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    John Deere 755 with a 59" blower. First time using it and the 755 is rated for the 47" blower so we will see how it blows.
    My local John Deere dealer told me that there wasn't a front mount snowblower for my 855! Now my new 3 pt 60 inch is being delivered tomorrow, needless to say after seeing your front mount on the 755 I'm just a little p*****d off. What type of blower is it?
    Best of luck with it if your 755 runs as good as my 855 you will do fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DABSGT View Post
    My local John Deere dealer told me that there wasn't a front mount snowblower for my 855!
    Well, he's right, in a way...the front mount blowers for the 855 (and most other compact tractors over ten years out of manufacture) are no longer available through Deere. You can find them used...pretty scarce though, I'd imagine. It's not just the blower itself...that might be relatively easy...it's the bracketry and such.

    As an example, I recently sold a soft cab (for an 855) that was left here by the previous owner of my house. The buyer drove 2 hours to get here. He told me he had been looking for months for a cab. That old stuff just isn't easily found.
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    Thanks Roy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by NS Gearhead View Post
    03 TJ, 6.0 Chevy, D60 with ARB front, 14 bolt with Detroit, 40" Krawlers, 7.5' Fisher lifted with a Warn 12K lb winch on a custom frame.
    Well seeing as this is a tractor forum I just can't resist saying that when you get that Jeep stuck, And you will!! You will need a real tractor set up for snow and ice to fetch you out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RoyJackson View Post
    Good luck with that set up...I think the 755 is a bit underpowered for the 59" blower.


    Quote Originally Posted by kiotiken View Post
    He'll be just fine. In real heavy snow he'll have to slow down a little but for a normal snowfall, I'm betting it'll be full speed ahead. Big box store tractors have 42"-48" blowers on the front and don't complain one big, the 755 will drive a slightly larger blower no problem.
    That will be great, im hoping the diesel will torque threw it all. I know there are times I will have to let up on the hydro and slow down to compensate.

    Quote Originally Posted by DABSGT View Post
    My local John Deere dealer told me that there wasn't a front mount snowblower for my 855! Now my new 3 pt 60 inch is being delivered tomorrow, needless to say after seeing your front mount on the 755 I'm just a little p*****d off. What type of blower is it?
    Best of luck with it if your 755 runs as good as my 855 you will do fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RoyJackson View Post
    Well, he's right, in a way...the front mount blowers for the 855 (and most other compact tractors over ten years out of manufacture) are no longer available through Deere. You can find them used...pretty scarce though, I'd imagine. It's not just the blower itself...that might be relatively easy...it's the bracketry and such.

    As an example, I recently sold a soft cab (for an 855) that was left here by the previous owner of my house. The buyer drove 2 hours to get here. He told me he had been looking for months for a cab. That old stuff just isn't easily found.
    I looked high and low but found it used you can search my thread i sourced parts everywhere and made it work.
    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

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