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  • mooman3121
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    Hi am looking for a snow plow mount assembly that bolts on rear axel for a model 657. plow came off of a model 606- thanks!

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    Can we help you identify what you need?

    The early short frame tractors like you have used a plow frame that was A-shaped and the rear axle hitch mounted on the front of the axle housing. Click on the picture

    When the long frame tractors came along they made a dozer frame that was A-shaped at the front but the back of the frame sides were parallel to each other. They used a moveable bar that would fit both the short frame tractors and the long frame. This axle hitch mounts on the bottom of the axle housing.

    The hitch must match the style of dozer you have. The hitch is part of the dozer assembly so the parts are illustrated in the parts lists.



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