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I bought a Craftsman Berco snowblower with a chassis with quick, I adapted and repainted. I put a very good set of tires on the tractor. A small test with a little snow moullée allowed me to see that trick works well. The turbine speed is very high.











 

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I like the paint job on the hood, and the blower.What model craftsman did the berco come off of? What bracket did you use for the rear weights? Are you using screws for studs in the rear tires. My Dad has a berco on his JD 170 in Nova Scotia, he says it will really throw the snow. Nice job!
 

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That's by far the nicest setup I've ever seen on a 1042. Nice choice in tires, paint, and fab work on the blower!
 

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Thank you!
I thought the hood was too white original.
I make the front bracket assembly attached to the underbody of the snowblower, I also do the back support for weight.
I put super Carlisle super lug tire on the back with screws for ice, I think it's better than chains on snow.
It took me three grooves tires at the front, I am able to turn even if the snow thrower is down.
I put teflon inside the drop.
 
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