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 12-06-2000, 07:07 Post: 22158
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 Snowblade For B 2710

Does anybody know of a snowblade which will hook up to the loader arms. I have been told the loader bucket will come off and the blade mounts in its place. I looked into the Kubota snow blade and the price was almost $2000.00 for the blade and frame. Let me know if you have heard of anything please. Thanks






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 12-06-2000, 11:36 Post: 22166
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You should try Curtis at www.curtiscab.com they build cabs as well as blades for loaders and trucks. You could contact them or a local dealer for info. If you decide to go for the Hydraulic angle you will need to have an extra vavle for the angle.






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 12-06-2000, 18:42 Post: 22175
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All depends what you want to spend on a blade and what you will use it for. If using for dirt it has to be heavy duty , but for snow I just bought a 60 in sturdy blade at a Honda store $160 for the blade and $140 for mount kit. It is a manuel angle but has wear bar on blade and wear shoes, just as heavy as all the pickup blades I looked at for $1800. I made a mount to mount it to the loader arms and can switch in aprox 3 mn. This way I have the 3p blower on back and either blade or bucket on the front. Works good for my application. gary






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 12-07-2000, 08:17 Post: 22199
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Gary, What type of tractor do you have? Also, how did you make this mount?






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 12-07-2000, 12:22 Post: 22207
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I will have a blade available in 5-10' widths, univeral adjustable mount kit, manual angle or p/a, spring trip, 6' price will be around $1079






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 12-07-2000, 18:18 Post: 22217
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MD, I have a JD4200, The mount is just a 1/4 in channel iron that goes across from loader arm to loader arm, bolted in place with two bolts. then the swival bracket for the plow welded to it. I also have the same setup with a hitch ball on to move one of my many trailers around, easier to move them with the front end loader than pull and back them. By the way got a chance to use the blade today and it works well. gary






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 12-13-2000, 10:52 Post: 22403
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 Snowblade For B 2710

Gentlemen please check out this site, they have plow that attaches to your loader bucket with just 2 pins. They also other attachments such as bale spears,
forks and brush rakes that attach in the same fashion.






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 12-13-2000, 12:17 Post: 22404
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 Snowblade For B 2710

The only problem with that type of mount is that it seems to put all the load on the sides of the bucket. The bottom edge is by far the strongest, and you still have the bucket out front to try and see around. Even still I guess it's better than just the bucket itself. Price-wise I'm sure there would be an easier way to do it, you really only need to put a plow on in the fall, and off in the spring. Most people around here just put Cat. 2 lift pins through the normal pickup type plow's harness and weld an upright member on to take the 3pth upper link, then you have a plow out back and a bucket in front. Now that moves snow..... Best of luck.






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 12-13-2000, 14:17 Post: 22405
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I thought that I read on one of these boards that replacing the bucket with a plow blade could damage the FEL by putting uneven stress on the FEL arms? What is your take on this? Rich.






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 12-14-2000, 07:37 Post: 22426
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Gentlemen, Thanks for all of your input. I have called around on prices for all of these suggestions and I've found the prices range from 1125.00 to 3000.00 depending on what you are looking for. With all of the recent snow we've gotton here in south east Michigan, I've been using my 60" loader with a 72 " adj. rear blade. I've found for the money I think I will continue to do it this way. Also, I think there are some benefits to having the loader as opposed to the blade. 1. I have appx. an 450' long drive which is wooded on both sides. This forces me to put all of the snow at only 1 end or the other. We've gotten appx 18-20" over the last week. Without the use of my loader, I would not have been able to get the snow in the large pile required to have it out of the way. 2. I have the R-4 Industrial ties with no chains. I've found in the deep snow once in a while I would get stuck. Using the loader on the ground to push myself back a few inches really helps. I have a friend who recently purchased a plow for his JD 4100 and has had to pull his tractor out with his truck. 3. Last but not least...The 72" blade really moves the snow! I turn the blade around backwards and angle it when I am on gravel so it doesn't pull all of the stone too. Also when it hit the ashphalt, I just plow in reverse. This really cleans well and I've seen as much as 3' of snow being rolled over by the blade. Thanks for all the input, and happy plowing!!!!






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