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 02-22-2004, 16:50 Post: 77602
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I'm considering to purchase a 3pt snow blower can't decide size.I have a 4400 Deere would a 6 ft blower or 5 ft blower. Which would be best? The price isn't that much differant between the 2 system. What would be a good model that works good?

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 02-22-2004, 19:25 Post: 77620
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The 72" with out a doubt!






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 02-23-2004, 17:36 Post: 77722
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You will be hard pressed to find a blower that will out perform a Pronovost "P" model. I have a 68" on a 4400 and it is plenty wide BUT 72" would work nicely.






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 02-23-2004, 21:48 Post: 77744
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Harvey for the foot of snow they might get once in a while I didn't think it would get the snow thru it in a winter that you will in a good month.






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 02-24-2004, 03:49 Post: 77757
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Art I suspect you are correct. I'm waitng for the BIG BLIZZARD now. Looks like March is comming in like a Lamb...

It has definately been a good winter for snow removal. I've only used scraper once and that was more for cutting down the snow pack.

I've spent time blowing back banks for neighbors that have run out of room to push.

This blower works good on all types of snow. I don't like the light powdery stuff. It flies all over. Gonna have a cab next year me thinks.






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 02-26-2004, 21:57 Post: 78035
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I've got the 59 inch JD front mount snowblower on
a 4310 ehydro. I used to run the snowblower on a 790 with a gear transmission. With wet snow, the 4310 isn't overly powered but adequate.






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