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    WTB: Front blade and quick-tach for 425

    I'm looking for a front snow blade, hydraulic angler, hoses, and quick-tach for a JD425. Located near Pittsburgh, PA but willing to travel a bit for the right price.

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    Have you been to all the local dealers. I found one 4 years back for my 420 in a weed pile in back of a local dealer. when you are at the dealer drive through the whole lot and keep your eyes open. I was able to pick it up cheap because they had no use for it. good luck
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    Quote Originally Posted by pierrejf View Post
    I'm looking for a front snow blade, hydraulic angler, hoses, and quick-tach for a JD425. Located near Pittsburgh, PA but willing to travel a bit for the right price.

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    Joe
    will a mount for a 445 fit ur 425? if so there is one machine finder, it is in big rapids Mi., FOR THE SUM OF $850. A NICE full day of a road trip, up and back. they might ship it for u
    ah-found another one in Avon, New York. this one is cheaper yet--$500, and it looks pretty good too.
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    Thanks, guys. We found a set up at a local non-JD dealer. Paid somewhere around $600 for everything. Hydraulics were fine, blade a bit beaten up, but after all it is a snowblade!.
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