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 10-18-1999, 00:00 Post: 8868
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I discovered that the JD front blade for my new 4400 would require me to remove the mounting and drive shaft for the snow blower and also remove the frame mounting for the loader. I am interested in anyones experience with a loader blade combination like Curtis makes. Any other brands anyone is aware of? What is the principal problem with a blade loader set up? I will be pushing snow not gravel or dirt.






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 10-18-1999, 00:00 Post: 8876
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JD provides a 6 foot blade attachment for the 420, 430, and 460 Loaders that connects by QuickTach in place of the bucket. It is manually angled and has trip springs. I saw it in the Parts Catalog for the 400 Series Loaders. It should be great for snow--you can quickly switch between blade and bucket if you need to work in tight corners.






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 10-18-1999, 00:00 Post: 8882
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ChuckI have a 4300 with a 430 loader. Using the belly mower plates, I mounted a 6 1/2 foot western plow with a short A frame, by building a quick-tach hookup to connect to the weight bar and the mower plates. It truly is a super setup, and I can drop it quickly by disconnecting the three hyd. hoses, then removing two bolts that hold it to the weight bar, and tipping it out from the connection to the mower plates. It allows me to move quickly to the 430 loader to bucket snow away if necessary. I was spoiled with a western plow on my JD 420 two-cylinder, and plow about 1000 feet of driveway in two or three passes in the deepest snows we get around Madison, WI for the past 30 years. I wanted to get something similar hooked up on my year-old 4300.






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 10-19-1999, 00:00 Post: 8945
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Jack, have you seen the blade in person? Is it heavy duty or is it just a snow blade? How much for the blade? I almost purchased a front blade last week, I didn't know there was a quick-tach for this loader, nor did I know that the loader brackets would need to be removed. This site has helped more than once!






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 10-20-1999, 00:00 Post: 8965
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Just received a price from Curtis for the 410 loader on my 4100.Price for the 5'loader blade with hydraulic angle is $1325.00. Quick attach bracket for the 410 loader is $260.00.






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