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This is for a RF 110...

Cab great shape except for the clear part up front -- probably needs to be replaced (cloudy and cracked). Any advice on how to replace this part? Per seller it sat unused for years in the shed.

Rear weights with mounting bracket about 100 pounds -- does it look like its home made?

36" snow blower complete.

Seller asking $200 for everything. Thoughts on the price.

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Anybody pls??? Throw me a bone here. I'm all ears.
 

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Cab alone is worth 350, snowblower about $150 and the front weight I believe is pretty rare and is worth about $150 - $200 (but you should check this further as I am not too certain of this estimate!)
 

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A functioning blower and cab (weight aside) for $200? And you're asking opinions? It's not in you truck?

You can make something work for the front of the cab, btw.
 

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Thanks PA318guy.

Does anybody provide me a link to the web or some sort of an illustration of the snowblower mechanical links to the tractor so I can see if the the whole set is complete ? Thx.
 

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A functioning blower and cab (weight aside) for $200? And you're asking opinions? It's not in you truck?

You can make something work for the front of the cab, btw.
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sorry for the dumb question. This is my first JD and my first time looking at attachments and I don't really have clue on JD prices. But I appreciate the help.
 

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Does anybody know if the weight setup is truly JD? I checked the tractor manual that showed the tractor options and I did not see this particular style.
 

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Does look kind of homemade, but if it fits, doesn't pose a hazard, and is heavy, i tmeets my criteria for weight.

A tip for when you go to look at the blower and cab is to back your tractor into the back of your truck or onto your trailer. This way, while you're looking, you can hook it right up and verify it's all there. And you get a litttle OJT from the owner.
 

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Does look kind of homemade, but if it fits, doesn't pose a hazard, and is heavy, i tmeets my criteria for weight.

A tip for when you go to look at the blower and cab is to back your tractor into the back of your truck or onto your trailer. This way, while you're looking, you can hook it right up and verify it's all there. And you get a litttle OJT from the owner.
Great point. However when talking to the seller it sounds like these things were just given to him by his father in law a while back and he is just selling them now. Not certain if he knows a lot about it. We'll see.
 

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The 36 inch blower has two different mounts to it. One for the Round Fender 110 and an adapter that allows it to fit the pan seat 110 and 200 series. The parts page I gave you shows them.
 
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