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I now have a plow blade for the little 310-8.
I only have the blade so need info on how to mount and what is needed to mount.
Anyone have a manual copy showing mounting and operation of lift point etc?
It is a much earlier blade than 1989 but looks the same as late models only way rustier! It is in good condition and did not see much use at all. The cutting edge is barely worn. Must have spent many many many years in a barn as it is badly surface rusted. All is free just in need of a good cleaning and paint.
Let me know if any info is available, and if anyone has hook bracket for back axle. I need one.
Will need chains and w.weights too at some point. I keep eye on CL but cast ones are hard to come by as well as chains.

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The blades came in 2 widths - 42" and 48" and the A-frame length was the only other major difference. Some have 2 sets of holes at the rear about 6" apart so it would fit both long and the older short frame tractors.
Parts lists for most are here
https://lookup3.toro.com/partdex/index.cfm?xCaller=Toro
Here are the model numbers for your series of tractor from oldest to newest
06-48BC01
Replaces BD-426, BD-4264A, BD-4267, 6-1111, 6-2111, 6-4111 [6-4112 & 6-9621], [6-4113 & 6-9622], [6-4113 & 6-9623], [6-4114 & 6-9624], 6-2131, 6-2132, 6-2133, 66-42BC01, 76-42BC01, 86-42BC01, 96-42BC01, 06-42BC01, 06-42BC02

Replaced by 06-48BC02, 06-48BC03, 79350 and 79364

The parts lists will show everything needed.

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Thank You.
It does have the 2 different pin hole distances in the a frame.
 

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MU--I understand the A-Frame with the two holes is the later version --so , like Garry stated--can be used with either short/longframe tractor..

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Snow/ice chains are easy to make, even easier if you can find a set of car chains that you can downsize to fit your tires/wheels. I've made several sets for both the 18 and 20 inch tires. I used #2 twisted chain link for cross links. Purchased a whole spool of it on eBay at about 1/3 the cost of hardware store prices.
Wouldn't you know it, after making all those new snow chains, we haven't had any snow that I could use the plows on. But I got them incase.
Good find on that push plow.
 

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Nice blade! I have two.

The edge can be rotated, use new hardware. If there's a Lowes in your neck of the woods they have stainless steel carriage bolts and stainless locking nuts. I use them with Never-Seez® on the threads.

Did you get the rear axle mount? :howdy:

I once made weights using brake drums from the junky. Pic drums that fit your rims. Add bolts and some concrete, you're all set!

In addition to the blade you might like the lug studs to lug nuts. Makes mounting loaded tires much easier. One of my favorite upgrades.

7/16-20 x 1-1/2" long bolts with a small washer (Lowes or Home "Cheapo")and Threadlocker blue where the bolts are in the hubs. 7/16-20 open end acorn lug nuts (auto supply) and you're done.
 

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I now have chains. A good friend remembered he had some car tire chains his Dad had for years, never used. They are 4 link. I will need to shorten I'm sure but for free, I'm on it. Galvanize still like new.
I have not found a hitch yet, might you have one?

MU
 
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