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I had asked a friend to help me out with coming up with a custom mount for my old 6.5 Myers plow and wow it worked great!

Like many others the standard 54" blade for the 2320 made me think of how a wider and heavier blade may work instead.

Here's a video of me plowing a neighbor's Driveway with a custom mounted Myers Plow on my John Deere 2320 which took less than 6 minutes run time to do. We got a 5-6 inch average snowfall which was very short work for this custom set-up.
His asphalt driveway is about 135 feet long with a 40x40 foot pad. My R4 tires have no loading, no chains or weight on the rear of this machine and it handled great (low range).

Sorry about the 'shaky' night time shot, this was done at about 5 am eastern time about an hour or so before dawn..

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bElCO9wAY1A

Shorter video here (note the deer tracks in the snow):
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P6rpTjwU_dU&feature=mfu_in_order&list=UL
 

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Hm, clips to what other things, on second thought, nevermind, don't think I wanna know :lol:

Joe,

Nice videos!!:good2:.. Nice to see how the plow works, and it sure is quick plowing the snow!!

Thanks for posting the videos!!

Have you ever seen the ''EPIC video cameras'' ??

I'm going to order one for hunting, riding my ATV, and use it to make some videos when using my tractor... It's great because you can use it hands free, and it clips on your hat or other things!, and is very small!

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Thanks Delwas,

Those look like awesome camera's (epic). I just used our regular camera mounted to a small tri-pod which I attached to the ROPS. As time goes by, I'll figure out how to make a more steady video and post them too.
 
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