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John Deere 47 inch snow blower

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RAMDMD
Join Date: Feb 2008
Posts: 2 Maine
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2008-02-11          151253


I have a john deere 47 inch 2 stage snow blower that has been back to the dealer 3 times since I bought it this winter. First the link between the PTO shaft and the second stage snapped. Second it was making a LOT of noise in that same linkage area. Dealer fixed it , said the factory used the wrong bolts and third a plate that the shear pin goes throught snapped in half. The dealer thinks I hit something but I know I didn't. I have a brand new paved driveway and this happened 3/4 of the way up the middle. Has any one else had problems with this snow blower?

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auerbach
Join Date: Sep 2007
Posts: 2168 West of Toronto
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2008-02-17          151431


If every blower that hit a stone then fell apart, there would be no working blowers! And if you DID hit something with that new blower other than snow, there would a mark or scratch on whatever part it hit.

JD makes a mighty fine tractor, but they don't make their own blowers, and this time they may have put too much trust in the supplier. I'd take the position with the dealer that he's gone beyond the call of duty, and you will write to Deere about how good he's been in fixing their mistakes, and tell him he should demand that Deere pays for his mechanic's time. ....

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