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That's quite the machine. That operator is scary fast! I wouldn't mind having one of those on the front of my 3320. :thumbup1gif:
 

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That's quite the machine. That operator is scary fast! I wouldn't mind having one of those on the front of my 3320. :thumbup1gif:
Has me thinking about the 54 I have since it is he old refrigerator heavy metal design. I do not think would be that hard to build a set up like that since the box on the 54 is already heavy and using 3/8 sheet steel and I think it would work.

Trying to find the face book video link of the one with the expanding wings it is awesome.
 

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That's pretty darn cool the way that it pulls the edge back. The music really makes the video though.:lolol: Very appropriate.
 

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I'm not going to lie; by the time the video was over, my heart rate was up, I was breathing heavily, and my palms were just a little bit sweaty.

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Very creative problem solving. Very smart engineering.
 
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Pretty slick.:good2:
Looks expensioso
 
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Smallest it come is is a 86" for 55Hp tractors, probably a good thing for me as I'd realllllyyyyyyyy want one!
 

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Smallest it come is is a 86" for 55Hp tractors, probably a good thing for me as I'd realllllyyyyyyyy want one!
I wonder how hard it would be to modify a rear mounted blower........
 
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Paul; sort of reminds me of this scene in a Richard Prior movie: Moving.
https://youtu.be/beXPpObKWFo

I know a little off topic, but that big block blower had me thinking about this.. Crazy!
 
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First thing I thought of when I saw it Jeff
 
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Did you notice the tractor in the OP's video was 'backwards?" It's a normal tractor with the cab turned around so the rear hitch is now the front. Pretty darn good idea for implements like this one.
 

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Like Frank stated, it would be good on the front of the machine.. I hate running backwards to do anything, backing up just hurts the neck these days and for that to be the main course of action, would be very tough. it does look like a great piece of equipment though. Even with my seat on my Kubota TLB that you can turn sideways, still a pain..
I imagine they could adapt one for front mount. They have different gearboxes available to change rotation, gear reductions from what I saw.
They suggest 40 to 50 HP minimum unless you are always blowing powder.
Not sure on the price but I imagine it's pricey
I doubt the front 3 point hitch hydraulics would be strong enough to lift it.
My 3320 struggles to lift the front mount JD 59" blower when it's loaded with wet snow as it is. But who knows?

http://www.pronovost.qc.ca/pdf/Pronovost - PXPL snowblower.pdf

http://www.pronovost.qc.ca/pxpla.html

http://www.pronovost.qc.ca/index_soufa.html
 
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Did you notice the tractor in the OP's video was 'backwards?" It's a normal tractor with the cab turned around so the rear hitch is now the front. Pretty darn good idea for implements like this one.
Okay Jason, running in reverse! :hi:
 

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Okay Jason, running in reverse! It's a little early for a bit of the nectar isn't it? :laugh:
Um, watch the first video again Jeff. I think you need a stronger cup of :coffee:
 

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I imagine they could adapt one for front mount. They have different gearboxes available to change rotation, gear reductions from what I saw.
They suggest 40 to 50 HP minimum unless you are always blowing powder.
Not sure on the price but I imagine it's pricey

http://www.pronovost.qc.ca/pdf/Pronovost - PXPL snowblower.pdf

Pronovost- PXPL Snowblowers

Machineries Pronovost inc.
Thanks, I see a couple that would be perfect for the Kubota, I could guess a little pricey.. I like the fact you could use this to get rid on a pile or drift like the pics show.. With a bucket it takes a long time to move stuff, this would be a huge time saver.. Thanks again for the link. :hi:
 
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