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 09-24-2007, 12:35 Post: 146019
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I stopped at my dealer this morning to order an 84" Frontier loader blade and the necessities to run hoses off the rear scv to operate the power angle. He told me there isn't much wiggle room so I signed off at about $2250. He's always been fair before. Does this sound reasonable to the rest of you wheeler dealers?






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 09-25-2007, 16:31 Post: 146065
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Compared to a truck snow plow... sounds about right.

Did you get a V-plow? I had a Boss-brand on my trucks whichmade it really slick for blasting through frozen drifts or moving about 3 cubic yards of snow at a time. That 8'-2" Boss V-plow list priced at about $5200, I paid $4200 installed myself ($300 value), used it three years, and sold only the plow (no elctricals,m no controller, and no truck-side mount) for $2500. And the the guy was thrilled to get it for that price---he drove 1400 miles round trip to get it.






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 09-25-2007, 16:59 Post: 146066
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 New 7' Frontier Blade

Jeff, your plow sounds a bit on the high side, I put the bigger one, a 9.5' Western Pro-V on one of my trucks.

In the fall of 2005 I paid $5,200 Canadian installed (so at about US$0.85) or US$4,420 for it.

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 09-25-2007, 17:32 Post: 146067
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Yeah but I upgraded to locking backdrag blade cylinders, factory snow deflector, RapidTach-3, and joystick control. And besides it's a BOSS, buddy!






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 09-25-2007, 17:34 Post: 146069
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Murf ya got me---I borrowed $4200 but paid $3800 plus 6% tax. There.






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 09-25-2007, 20:28 Post: 146079
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earthworks: no V-plow. Just an 84" straight blade with 30 degree hydraulic angling to replace the bucket for pushing and plowing. It's built for the 300cx, 400 and 500 series JD loaders so it should be fairly stout for my purposes (a 400cx). I couldn't justify any more ammenities; it's just for our shop work. My son is complaining about having to negotiate around too many toys now! I also have a box blade (that'll do a quick job of picking up the spillage) and a 74" three point blower for heavy snowfalls. He never complains about the fork lift attachment though. That's the one that saves his back.






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 09-25-2007, 20:38 Post: 146080
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The boy is COMPLAINING about the toys? errrr? What are ya teachin' that bo'? Doesn't know that last one with the most toys wins?

You can never have too many toys. Or was that tools? Hmmm--- same thing to me.






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Lwayne ,
Wondering how you ever made out with your 7ft plow???
Did it meet all your hopes and work the way you expected?
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 03-12-2008, 19:47 Post: 152108
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NorthernMainer: Thanks for your interest. Yes, I have to say it was a great way to go. So far this winter I haven't used my blower once. The plow and the box blade are slick when you only get small amounts of snow. Just angle plow it to the side of the parking lot then watch that baby pile snow! One thing, though, it's easy to overlook the fact that they're not made like a bulldozer. You have to be careful around solid objects (such as a neighbor's tree stump cut off even with the ground and covered with snow). The blade has springs but I had the frame tilted too low. A machine shop was able to bend it back into shape - no permanent harm done. That's one time I should have been wearing my seatbelt. I think this summer I'm going to have a 2" x 4' pipe slit 1/4" lengthwise, then slide it on and weld it to the lower frame so as to solve that particular problem. Thanks again for the note.

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 03-12-2008, 20:12 Post: 152109
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LWayne; Not to be a nitpicker but, if you already have a rear blower and a FEL on the same tractor why in the world would you even want a front blade? You already have the Cadillac of snow removal equipment. Frank.






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