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 12-27-2003, 22:42 Post: 72437
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 JD4200 and a front snow blade

I've got a 4200, and it looks like the only compact that can't accomodate a front blade for snow. Does anyone know where/how I can get one? (even if it's a loader mount) Thanks in advance!






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 12-28-2003, 05:52 Post: 72443
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 JD4200 and a front snow blade

There are several after market manufactueres Curtis is one of the more pricey ones but seems to be better designed.

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 12-28-2003, 07:26 Post: 72446
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 JD4200 and a front snow blade

Harvey I thogut they were about the same as the rest, what have I missed?






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 12-28-2003, 09:03 Post: 72454
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 JD4200 and a front snow blade

I checked the Deere web site and your 4200 series does not list a front blade. I thought it was the same chassis as the 4300/4310 which does list a front blade. It can't be a horsepower issue because Deere hangs front blades on garden tractors and 41xx series tractors.

There has to be a mistake of some sort here. Have you e-mailed Deere with the question?






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 12-28-2003, 09:05 Post: 72455
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 JD4200 and a front snow blade

Art you probably haven't missed anything. It more likely my lack of knowledge on the many different types/brands of loader mounted plows.

Personally I would never have a blade mounted on the Loader. I've seen way to many cracked or broken loader arms. If I did it would be something I build because of the prices.

Having seen the Curtis I feel that it is well designed considering its usage and relatively durable. But as you state I have not really looked for or at others very close to have offered that broad of an opnion.

Side note: Art I'm not getting laid off this winter and that's a drag. It been a 2600 hour season in 42 weeks. But these 40 hour weeks are great. I'll be in touch.






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