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    Bi-Directional Snow Blower!

    I came across this on my daily interweb browsing. It's awesome! Seems like it would be easy to modify an existing snow blower with it. Seems like an ingenious idea to me.

    Has anyone ever seen one in person and/or modified theirs?


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    It looks like this video gives a lot more details about this snow blower. I have to say if I were to ever get a snow blower this would be the one.

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    That is awesome. Does that tractor have a reversible operators station too?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Whito123 View Post
    That is awesome. Does that tractor have a reversible operators station too?

    Yup according to the New Holland site the seat, steering wheel and controls can turn 210*.

    My wife was making fun of my for watching that video. She said that I'm such a little kid.
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    Bi-Directionals are very neat tractors. PTOs at both ends, drawbars at both ends. Loader goes on the back like the blower is, and you have the engine as counter weight. I think they were around 140-160 hp if I remember right. Versatile originally came out with them then New Holland bought Versatile out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NEWT View Post
    Bi-Directionals are very neat tractors. PTOs at both ends, drawbars at both ends. Loader goes on the back like the blower is, and you have the engine as counter weight. I think they were around 140-160 hp if I remember right. Versatile originally came out with them then New Holland bought Versatile out.
    There is a dairy farmer down the road that has a couple of them. Looks like they make good loader tractors....funny looking though.
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    Here is a good shot of one with loader.. I think the have hydrostatic transmissions too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NEWT View Post
    Here is a good shot of one with loader.. I think the have hydrostatic transmissions too.

    I see that it's an articulated steering machine to boot.
    I have more ideas than ambition.


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