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  1. #1
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    Default New blower incoming... Frontier vs agro trend. What I decided.

    I've been searching for a blower for some time for my john Deere 3520. Been working on a (new) 2010 agro trend 72" blower that is leaking oil, plenty of faded paint, missing chute controls, missing skids, and starting to rush in places for 2 years... And the dealer will not deal! Missed a few used ones here and there that were kinda beat, so finally pulled the trigger at my friendly john Deere dealer on a new 64 frontier by blizzard/rad. These seem to zoom the snow and will be brand new and fresh.,, and basically the same price as the new/old agro trend. Backordered, but one the way nonetheless. Excited and hoping got a brutal winter! Hope I made a good choice. I had my heart set on the agro trend, but the dealer was next to rude whereas john Deere was top notch as always. Figured I better stick with the better company on this deal!

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    Default Re: New blower incoming... Frontier vs agro trend. What I decided.

    I would think you will be happy with your purchase, blizzard/rad is decent stuff..

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    Default Re: New blower incoming... Frontier vs agro trend. What I decided.

    If your luck is like mine, it won't snow if you are prepared...

    Sounds like you made a good decision.
    Artificial Intelligence will never overcome natural stupidity.

    Branson 2400H MMM & FEL

    JD X540

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    Default Re: New blower incoming... Frontier vs agro trend. What I decided.

    The more snow removal equipment I get, the less it snows.
    NH TC33D, Lorenz 5ft blower, KK 60" tiller, Kubota RTV900, Stihl 026, 029, 361, 460, Husqvarna 2100cd, 261, Speeco 25t splitter, Cub Cadet 982, Deere x744

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    Default Re: New blower incoming... Frontier vs agro trend. What I decided.

    No snow is fine too. I was just tired shopping and hunting for a deal, and my local john Deere came though with flying colors. Always had a soft spot for agro trend- but old and worn enough to be confused with used at a slight discount with missing parts- gotta pass on that.

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    two John Deere 4720, John Deere 350b dozer, bobcat 435 excavator, 87 f600 dump truck

    Default Re: New blower incoming... Frontier vs agro trend. What I decided.

    You are probably better off with the frontier branded blower, agro trend was bought out by artsway a few years ago and seemed to have dropped some of ago trends product on thier website.

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