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 06-23-2002, 18:22 Post: 39785
TC29 in Wa.
2002-06-23 18:22:01
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 Need Class I Boomer snowblower information

I'm trying to help a freind purchase a new tractor. He's looking at a class I boomer, probably the new TC24D. My question for everyone is this. He wants -- needs a front mounted snowblower for it. Need the name and addresses of some aftermarket front mounted snowblowers other than the New Holland brand? Also would like to hear from those of you, who own a New Holland brand snowblower. As to their Quality, durability,ease of installation and or any problems? any help would be greatly appreciated.






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 06-24-2002, 08:18 Post: 39792
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 Need Class I Boomer snowblower information

Many of the after-market manufacturers make only 3ph models. However, I'd check some of the high-end makers. Pronovost is the only one that comes to mind right now, but an archive search here and elsewhere should come up with other names. The NH dealer should be able to identify some alternative products as well. My NH dealer has no difficulty suggesting after market implements to me. Hard telling how many NH implements would actually fit my Ford better than after-market products anyway. Guess you've done the basics already and are aware that your friend needs a tractor with a mid-pto.






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