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 08-05-2000, 21:56 Post: 18546
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 what size snowblower i need for a jd 4100?

i am looking for what size of snowblower i could use on my new jd 4100 tractor. i want a front mount snow blower.any sugestions?






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 08-07-2000, 07:29 Post: 18569
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 what size snowblower i need for a jd 4100?

A blower that is wide enough to cover your tire tracks is a good idea. Manufacturer specs, often available on web pages, usually provide recommended minimum HP, which a good guide.

3ph blowers are easier to find and there are more alternatives to front mount types where mounting requirements to the frame, loader arms and mid-pto attachments can be fairly specific to the tractor. Some manufacturer, other than JD, probably makes something that fits, but I don't know. Maybe somebody else will suggest a particular after-market manufacturer.

Myself, I have a 3ph blower. I use the loader quite a bit to stack, shove piles around, and clear in places where the blower won't work well. Learning to drive backwards was preferable to giving up the loader during the winter or having to change back and forth.






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