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I dont think i have showed this pic befor so this is my plowing setup for this year.

changes i am making are adding my chains back on. I tried with out but i dont get enough traction, plus i have the rear weight box this year dont think i like it may put the rear blade back on.

any ? i will try to answer. hope ya all like
 

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Looks like a great set up. I'm sure you'll get it sorted out. I never saw a front blade like that on the FEL. Obviously you have good raise and lower, but I don't see the hydraulic angle. Guess you had some cold weather this past week, but now it's back to balmy.
 

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Looks like a great set up. I'm sure you'll get it sorted out. I never saw a front blade like that on the FEL. Obviously you have good raise and lower, but I don't see the hydraulic angle. Guess you had some cold weather this past week, but now it's back to balmy.
no hyd angle at all just a pin i have to change i only push to the left or forward. so changing is not a big deal.
 

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That blade looks huge and I bet it doesn't take long to get r plowed out. slkpk
 

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Chaining up the front sure would help. I am starting to think we aren't going to get any snow to plow :(
 

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Awesome did y'all make these up or buy the part to adapt to the tractor? There are several Snow blades for sale locally and for the right price I may have to buy one and do some work to it. Nice ideas.:thThumbsU
 

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Awesome did y'all make these up or buy the part to adapt to the tractor? There are several Snow blades for sale locally and for the right price I may have to buy one and do some work to it. Nice ideas.:thThumbsU


i didnt have to do a thing it was sitting at a local dealer and i made and offer i couldn't have built it for the price i bought it for.

but its a vary simple idea and it all starts with 1/2" steel plate just how was going to make mine. ill see if i have some better pics. of the back side and front of plate
 

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ok i had it with no chains. the ballest box and no chains isnt helping me out like what i have read so i am putting the back blad and chains on in the morning. really was upset how the tractor handled all the snow took way to much time.

will post pics after i get it back up and running with all the snow gear on it
 

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Awesome did y'all make these up or buy the part to adapt to the tractor? There are several Snow blades for sale locally and for the right price I may have to buy one and do some work to it. Nice ideas.:thThumbsU
On mine I bought the QA plate from E-bay then welded/braced it to an old truck plow.
I tryed to keep the plow blade as close to the loader arms as I could.
 

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put the chains on and the back blade what a diff it made just used it to clean up and made sure the chains didnt hit anything

i need to get a pic of how tight the chains are to hitting the tractor but i got them on tight
 
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