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    Smallest tractor with a shaft driven snow blower.

    Folks.

    My FIL is looking to get the smallest riding tractor with a shaft run snowblower.

    What say you?





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    Could you clarify that please? In the thread title you say "hydraulic" but then you mention "shaft run" which would normally be PTO driven.

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    If you talking new, then I think it's gonna be the x700's
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    I am sorry for the confusion. I ment to say shaft in both. But my typing got ahead of my mind. The issue is he had a tractor with a belt driven snowblower and hated it. So he needs a more reliable connection. I believe the most cost effective will be a shaft but I could be wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by trohrer View Post
    I am sorry for the confusion. I ment to say shaft in both. But my typing got ahead of my mind.
    Got it for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 56FordGuy View Post
    Got it for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 56FordGuy View Post
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    Going to have to be a Select Series X7xx. Heavy duty! You might also be able to find an older model with a shaft drive, but I'm not an expert on those models. I know a 420 & 430 would be, but they are getting up there in years.

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    By small, do you mean "cheap"? I don't think you'll find one without paying the price unless you find a used set up in a package deal.
    If size is the issue, you could look into front mount zero turns. Their great for tight spaces and work well for blowing snow, but are very expensive.
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    Size and cost. I was not sure if the shaft option was available on the x300 or x500. I think a x700 is going to be way over the price range.

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