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    Snowblower questions

    Hey guys I've got an 05 LA110 riding mower. I'm looking at buying a used 44" snowblower for it. Has anyone used this setup? I live in the north country and can get a good amount of snow some years. I'll be using it to clear a way to the road which is 300ft away. Any insight is greatly appreciated

    Also would anyone know by chance if this will fit my rider for sure?

    JOHN DEERE 42 inch snowblower for John Deere tractor. Would consider selling | Bismarck, ND Classifieds

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    Ask the seller for the model/serial number off of that blower. If it begins with "GX0422X" then it should be a direct fit for you machine.
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    The serial number does match up with the ones you stated. Thanks so much. Sounds like it should work then

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    I had a JD single stage snow blower in the past. My opinion, if you are looking at a single stage snow blower, I, personally, think it is a waste of money. Unless JD has changed them dramatically, the blower does not spin fast enough running directly off of the tractor PTO to blow heavy or wet snow, although it is just fine for light, flakey stuff immediately after it reaches the ground. You will get plenty tired of stopping to clear snow jams with a single stage blower. I ended up using the blower more as a snow plow than a blower.

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    The blower he's looking at is 2 stage. John Deere also makes a power lift for them. I would look into that also. The long lever to put the 46" plow on my old L108 up & down would give my left arm a real work out. The 44" snow blower also uses the same type of set up.

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    Ok thanks. What else would I need. Pretty new to this. He said the weights, and tire chains are included.

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    Quote Originally Posted by timothy View Post
    I had a JD single stage snow blower in the past. My opinion, if you are looking at a single stage snow blower, I, personally, think it is a waste of money. Unless JD has changed them dramatically, the blower does not spin fast enough running directly off of the tractor PTO to blow heavy or wet snow, although it is just fine for light, flakey stuff immediately after it reaches the ground. You will get plenty tired of stopping to clear snow jams with a single stage blower. I ended up using the blower more as a snow plow than a blower.
    I use a single stage currently. It does well in the wet with a upgraded pully.

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    You need a Weight bracket that mounts to the back of the tractor. That will hold 2- 42 pound suitcase weights. That, chains and my fat ass will I ever used. When I sold her I left the weight bracket on for the guy but kept the suitcase weights.

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    It comes with the weight bracket also. Sounds like I should be good to go. Thanks.

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