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    Jrco blower buggy

    I have a little wonder walk behind leaf blower. I came across the " blower buggy" by jrco Inc . I don't know what bracket I will incorporate to use on my jd x304 but I thought I would see if any members here have seen or have it in use and get feedback . I don't know the cost yet either as I need to talk to a dealer . It looks like it is the cats meow to me .

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    Clutchburner, This thing?
    Pretty cool!

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    Yes gizmo,that be it ! I thought it was cool too. I think it can be made to fit on just about anything without too much problem. I need to see what they sell for.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Clutchburner View Post
    Yes gizmo,that be it ! I thought it was cool too. I think it can be made to fit on just about anything without too much problem. I need to see what they sell for.
    Price it with blower, please.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gizmo2 View Post
    Price it with blower, please.
    Looks like the buggy itself is around $450-500

    601E - JRCO BLOWER BUGGY STANDARD

    Here's the JRCO website
    http://www.jrcoinc.com/commercial-at...-buggy/#images
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    WOW! Lot of money.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gizmo2 View Post
    WOW! Lot of money.
    Yeah - at least looks like a nice piece. Just looked at used walk-behind blowers on CL - around $200-250 or so.

    I think I could probably build something with scrap steel and my welder for significantly less $$$.

    I used the MMM with the RIO clipped off and it worked pretty good.
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    If you have the talent and tools to fab your own,all the more power to you ! I wish I could make my own but I don't have the tools or skill. I am going to look into this for next years leaf clean up aramma.
    I have 2 lots surrounded by neighbors who don't do anything to clean up and behind me a wooded area full of oak trees that unload on my property. Since I will not give up I need to get the right equipment to take care of them . That little wonder blower is awesome.I have a Honda powered one and it weighs 106 lbs . I think with that buggy,it will make quick work rounding up those leafs.
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    This is what I did still in the prototype stage but works very well.


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    I bit the bullet and purchased the JRCO Blower Buggy. Best price I found online was from Do Cut's Power Equipment in Warren & Boardman, OH. Lisa was very helpful. She also did some research, called the factory and talked to them about an attaching bracket for my 2320. The optional bracket worked well. A little fab work and it bolted right up to the front of the frame. Here are a few photos I took tonight.
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    I'm looking forward to giving it a workout!

    Frank
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