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 02-24-2007, 22:30 Post: 139993
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 Wanted: Snowplow for tractor

I am looking for a front mounted snowplow for my JD 1070.
Does Deere make a plow that fit this tractor?






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 09-02-2007, 00:07 Post: 145278
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If your tractor has a loader, we have a blade that is designed for dirt, but can also be used for snow. A 6ft blade would be the correct size for your JD 1070. Our blade provides a six-way function. We use one hydraulic cylinder to control the angle function. Our blade has a spring trip mechanism for moving snow that can also lock down for moving dirt. Hardened cutting edge and adjustable skid shoes come standard along with whatever mount necessary. What type of mount do you require? Quick attach or Pin-on?






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 09-02-2007, 07:30 Post: 145284
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Guys, wrong place for asking for things and free advertising. Go to the Classifieds in this board.






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 09-02-2007, 11:18 Post: 145287
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Since the original poster was searching for a plow the response seems appropriate to me. I think we should welcome vendor participation if it's in context. The ones that bug me are those spam posts that come out of nowhere.






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 09-02-2007, 21:32 Post: 145303
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Sorry for the confusion folks, but I am not a vendor for Borgford Design & Manufacturing. I'm not employed by them either. But I did quote some of their atributes from the brochure I received from one of his dealers. Obviousely, being new to the internet, this is not what you do. Through the past 14 years I have used several BoDozer attachments on a variety of tractors and heavy equipment. Are they good? Without a doubt, I wouldn't buy anything else. Over the years have I gotten to know Mr. Borgford through all my buisness transactions--yes. He has designed a few implements for me that have beeen a great help. I appologize if my wording offended some of you, but I have been using these products so long that I did sound like I took ownership. Am I familiar with his product line? Yes. Along with John Deere, kabota, New Holland, etc. Because I live around them.

Reading quite a few of these conversations sounded like many had questions about how to accomplish tasks on their land that I have delt with, and wondering what would be the best tool. They are asking questions from people who are not sure of the limits or capabilities of their equipment. I thought to put in my two cents worth. I am a strong beleiver to find the best tool that is able to multi-task. That way my land is not littered with attachments that only do one thing. There are many of us who have been working with a wide variety of tools for a long time. Just wanted to help out and save others from going through the trials and errors.

My business is my land and my family. I will be thoughtful of my wording for those of you are so leary.






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 09-05-2007, 20:43 Post: 145399
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After viewing the website I can see that the company you describe would be a good fit as a sponsor Smile






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 09-06-2007, 08:44 Post: 145413
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Mtnhome,

Welcome to Tractorpoint! And please post all you like with your experience!

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