Snowblowers In Action

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Big Snow, Big Pile

Looks like this John Deere operated by Henri88 has been at work all winter with the size of that snow mound. This is a great example of the usefulness of a snow blower as you can see the very clean result of the cleared path.

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Big Snow, Big Pile


  • Great pics!!! Just ordered a snow blade attachment for my BX24. Can’t wait to try it out!!

  • I could have used that monster last year! Hopefully this season will be a little kinder! Happy New Year!

  • Frosty the snowman was getting excited….. for he had heard a snow blower was on it’s way !

  • What IS that white stuff?? All I see here in southern PA is RAIN!!

  • I have a new holland 1725 with a back blade and i have a Gravely 4 wheel with a snow blower to control the snow here in northern michigan,No contest i win!!

  • OK when you’re young to twist your neck like that, but at my age it would be killing me. Hence a snow blower that goes the ‘right way’.

  • Looks like another accident waiting to happen. He has the means to be safe but does not want to with that roll over protection folded down. TBN should never post pic’s people whom are operating with unsafe equipment. It gives the wrong meaning to any users.

  • Good job plowing snow always nice to see snow what a change in weather.

  • In need of a snow plow or snow blower for my Farmall C Tractor with hydraulics.

  • Love the concept. I had neck fusion years ago and have limited neck mobility so installing on three point hitch is not an option. I have a JD 110 TLB would this be an option?

  • I can relate to this very well, as i just received my new Buhler 5010 for my boomer 25.Had to use it same day had 10 inches of fresh snow. Those photos are great! good job!!!

  • very nice but are there any old allis chalmers,olivers,etc, snow blowing also. lets see some pictures!!!!

  • I’m from Pennsylvania Christmas Eve day was close to 70 degree.

  • This gallery is great! Thanks for posting it. The only problem is that it really has me smacking my head that there is a half mile of snow 30″ deep between my tractor and my snowblower! 🙁

  • As an Australian, I was very surprised to see them all using a blower, while they all have perfect dozer blades on their tractors. Probably the snow would be too heavy to push??

  • Is there any info on how Rob Staples accomplished his front end loader snow blower??

  • MaintConsul:
    As a person who deals with snow every year, I believe having a snow thrower is an essential, while a bucket or blade is a nice add on. While a blade or bucket will push snow, it makes large banks or piles whereas a snow thrower will cast the snow a long distance and over a large area. Snow banks and piles are hard to work around and often times create larger problems as they become a place for snow to swirl and settle around during a heavy windy snow storm. Also as you push snow with a blade or bucket, it compacts it making it heavier to move. I only occasionally use my bucket. My go to tool is the snow thrower!

  • Wow, the BX23 TLB was my first Kubota, forgot about that picture. Have since bought two different Kubota’s., thankfully the two supervisors are still with me.

  • My 19 year old dependable 36HP Diesel Cub Cadet 7360SS is a god send with the 60″ wide Canadian made rear snow thrower attachment, yea its a pain in the neck with it on the rear but in tandem with the loader its as efficient of a way as any to deal with all of the major snow storms we have to deal with here in the Adirondacks especially maintaining a 1/2 mile long shared dirt roadway. I forgot to mention that it has an aftermarket enclosed heated cab, the only thing better is spending the winter in Florida.

  • I guess no one wants to hear any gloating from Florida where it is 60F.

  • Looking for advice. Have a 1/2-mile gravel driveway to snowblow, 100+ yards of which is a steep hill (17% grade). Will need a front-mount blower. Would I be better off getting a blower for my JD 4320 (with its “backhoe” tires), or rigging up a JD X-series or 1000-series with more standard lawn tires and chains?

  • About half are rear mount.

    Wish my neck would allow me to use that type of blower.

    Nice work guys

  • Just a heads up for perspective blower owners, #1 is get a cab on your tractor. Dam expensive, but I am sure dam warm( I did not get one)
    #2 be sure and get the front end model, if you have a long drive or road you will not regret it.
    #3: be very careful if you have an electronic chute actuater, the price to replace will blow you away.

  • Hello, I have a 3720 John Deere with factory cab…I have a FEL which I used to use for snow removal….too many piles of snow…for me and customers….I bought a used 72 inch blower for the rear of machine, worked great, hard on my back not my neck….go figure had to hurt something in this 60 year old body… I bought a front blower….59 inch….cant get bigger on this machine….works fantastic…I do 50 driveways most are 100 feet one is 1500 feet..two passes it is good, I put chains on all four tires….yes 4×4…no chains I slip and slide like any machine would without chains…also I put rim guard in rear tires…helped with a bit softer ride…and less chance tip over…this works so good…I warm, get lots done….great machine….

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