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Thanks everyone, for the help in getting my rig ready for snow. Everything is hooked up, operational, and waiting for the snow. Four new tires filled with washer fluid, and chains on the rear. I have a of headlight kit on the way, but other than that, I am ready. I think this is the first time since I was a little kid that I anxiously awaited the white stuff. Unfortunately, buying this tractor might have put the kibosh on snowfall this year! Still, my walk-behind will be a nice surprise for my son-in-law.



 

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Thanks for your help specifically, LTG. Mounting the snowthrower was a snap after I got all the right pieces. I don't think it took me a half hour. I put the belt on backwards once. Looked at the pictures again and presto! Done deal. The tensioner spring and hook were the last parts obtained, but they were available from my dealer.

She will look a lot better this time next year, but at least she is fully operational and not looking too bad. Can't wait to take some photos of her in action, or at least not in my poor disheveled shop.
 

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Nice tractor. You mite want to think about giving your walk behind away a little more. I use my walk behind for my side walks and making paths around the house it is a lot easier to get around with than my tractor and blower.
 

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Very nice and enjoy it this winter. slkpk
 
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