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Need ideas to convert my 1054 A Frame plow into a snow blower

Any idea's?

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Ed Kennell
3 minutes ago, Donavon said:

Any idea's?

Put an ad in our classifieds wanted section.      Single stage Wheel Horse snow blowers are for sale everywhere.     I just sold one for $50.

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953 nut

There is a snow blower made for the 953/1054. Lincoln at A-Z Tractor may have one, give him a call.  https://www.a-ztractor.com/

 

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Pullstart
6 hours ago, 953 nut said:

There is a snow blower made for the 953/1054.


:text-yeahthat: and it does not mount the same as a snow plow :handgestures-thumbupright:

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Ed Kennell

If you are mechanically talented and able to cut, weld , and fabricate, you could possible attach a self powered walk behind snow blower to your existing plow frame.

I believe a member on here did just that mounting two walk behinds side by side.

IMO, you would be much better served by trying to find a correct blower for sale close to you.   To ship a blower would cost 2-3 times the value of a blower.

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Pullstart
12 hours ago, Ed Kennell said:

I believe a member on here did just that mounting two walk behinds side by side.


That was @Gregor :handgestures-thumbupright:

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Donavon

I'm wondering if I take a post hole augger and mount it on the plow if it would work the same as a snow blower auger

 

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pfrederi
12 hours ago, Donavon said:

I'm wondering if I take a post hole augger and mount it on the plow if it would work the same as a snow blower auger

 

Post hole auger will move the snow to one end...Snow blower augers move it to the middle...

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Gregor
On 10/9/2023 at 6:19 AM, Pullstart said:


That was @Gregor :handgestures-thumbupright:

Unfortunately that puter took a crap, and I no longer have pics of that set up. I had 2 1964 Lawn Boy snow blowers mounted to the front of a 656. It was a fun project, but not practical at all. To begin with a 2.5 HP snow blower will barely blow snow out of it's own way. Second of all, 2 snow blowers mounted on the front of a tractor is VERY heavy. Lifting them and steering the tractor, was a major problem. To top that off, the noise level was deafening. Like I said, fun project, but not practical at all.

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