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    JD 59" Front Blower

    Are there many guys here on GTT that are running this model? Thinking real hard of buying one in the near future. Are you happy with its build quality, performance and such.

    It's getting to be about that time of year again

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    I bought a new one this summer but haven't had the weather to use it yet. I am very pleased with the construction and design. It is built like a tank. I did mount it, test the hydraulics and PTO operation, and I am looking forward to some snow to move!
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    Quote Originally Posted by dschuffert View Post
    I bought a new one this summer but haven't had the weather to use it yet. I am very pleased with the construction and design. It is built like a tank. I did mount it, test the hydraulics and PTO operation, and I am looking forward to some snow to move!
    Good to know, I haven't seen one in person. Looks like it's going to happen


    Anyone else out there? Can't believe ddschuffert and I are the only ones!
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    We have one at work that hooks up to our 955. Wish I had it at home. It works really well. Build quality looks like a tank. Can't imagine how one could hurt it.
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    Well, i went and looked at the new blower today (attached to the new 3720) and you guys are right.. The thing is built like a tank. I really like the front hitch and how easy it is to take the blower on and off, pretty slick design. Only thing I'd like to add is some type of chute deflector. Guess I'll figure that out later..

    Now all I need is some snow to test it out!
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    There are two ways to control the deflector, one is to add the 3rd SCV kit to your tractor and run long 1/4" hoses and add a small hydraulic cylinder to the deflector. The other is a electric diverter like Doug did: http://www.greentractortalk.com/foru...blower-ii.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kennyd View Post
    There are two ways to control the deflector, one is to add the 3rd SCV kit to your tractor and run long 1/4" hoses and add a small hydraulic cylinder to the deflector. The other is a electric diverter like Doug did: http://www.greentractortalk.com/foru...blower-ii.html
    I do have the 3rd function on the tractor. However, that write-up is interesting. Thanks for the link kenny!
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    Update:

    Tractor and blower have arrived. Bring on the snow !



    Cabbed 3720, 300CX, 59" Front Mt. Blower, 72D AutoConnect MMM.

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    I put mine on earlier today. Snowblower on the front and a blade on the back.
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    You guys with your cabs and big blowers....I'm so jealous.
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