Re: 44" snowblower for X320
thank you for all your help and advise. I got it all to work! Had to get the connection rod and a bunch of stuff to connect the lift assist spring to the blower. It ended up being $300 in parts in total with the pulleys and for simplicity I bought all bolts, nuts and washers from JD with the specialized stuff to not have to worry and finding the right ones. In any case, I got it to work. I also had to cut down the chains, they were from an X5XX with these HDAP tires and were way to long for my tires. All in all it took less than 2 hours to get it installed plus maybe 30 mins to get the chains figured out.
In the mean time I also bought a 17P poly cart through the internet and used it big time to haul gravel and wood. Great find too and a hundred bucks cheaper than new. Overall I got all I need and everything works great.
You guys are all awesome help for me, I hope I can return the favors at some point!