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Old 05-29-2008, 09:59 PM   post #1 of 5
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Default 38" John Deere Snow Blower fit my 425 from a F525 ?

John Deere snow blower that is designed to fit John Deere front mower mount mowers F525

Would it work on the front of my 425AWS with the hydo attachment.

Thanks Its on Craigslist cheap for a $100 and works
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Old 05-30-2008, 06:27 AM   post #2 of 5
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Default Re: 38" John Deere Snow Blower fit my 425 from a F525 ?

JD,

Your tractor is designed to use the quick-tach system where two of the spools of your SCV turn signals control the hitch up and down, and the other two control the rotation of the chute. Could you adapt the F525 blower? Maybe. Would it be worth it (the 38" width wouldn't cover the wheelbase), I don't know?
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Old 05-30-2008, 12:27 PM   post #3 of 5
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Default Re: 38" John Deere Snow Blower fit my 425 from a F525 ?

OK thanks I will pass on it then, I could make it work but not covering the wheelbase not cool for me.
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Default Re: 38" John Deere Snow Blower fit my 425 from a F525 ?

JD,

What you're looking for (if you can find one) is the following:

46" single-stage snow thrower or 47" 2-stage
2000 rpm front pto
Implement drive and upstop
Front Quick-tach hitch
Probably weights and chains

To give you an idea, I paid the following in Dec. 1994

46" blower $1245
front pto $165
drive/upstop $160
front hitch $429
chains $81 (I already had weights)

Factor in some depreciation, and you'll get an idea of what might be looking at. I'll tell you, the above combo is a snow eating machine!
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Old 02-04-2011, 11:56 PM   post #5 of 5
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Default Re: 38" John Deere Snow Blower fit my 425 from a F525 ?

425 is a great tractor but attachments are very pricy!
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