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    New Snowblower For JD 3520

    Thought I would post a few pics of the new blower. Sold my Frontier SB1164 and went to a 72" from a local supplier. What I didnt like about the Frontier was it was very light and would often ride up and over snow if it was packed. This new blower is a shade under 1000 lbs and very well built with a big fan to blow snow further. It looks a little big for the tractor but with the hydrostat I can creep if I need to in deep snow. One ting, the blower is not Imatch compatible so I had to remove my Quick Hitch the top hook is not high enough to hook under the pin. Someone said the newer Quick Hitch has a adjustable top hook to raise it up I may look inot that.
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    Last edited by axialflow; 10-21-2018 at 10:07 AM.
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    06 JD3520 w/factory cab:
    H165Loader, Martatch Pallet Forks, I-Match Quick Hitch, JD Ballast Box, Frontier SB1164 Snowblower

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    Sweeeeeeeet........ Congrats.

    I like the 2 sections on the discharge chute to adjust where you throw the snow.
    Also the shield in front of the auger drive sprocket.

    I know my small, old 3pt Buhler 500 blower is head and shoulders above the front mount
    blowers I have had. Even with the issue of having to look over your shoulder all the time.

    Enjoy
    Keep your stick on the ice... Red Green

    The further north you go, the more things that can and want to eat your horse and you. Grandpa Gilbert.

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