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Drock

what plows/blades fit the c-160, ive been told that almost all plows are interchangeable?

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Racinbob

You just have to make sure it's for a long frame. :)

 

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Bert

:text-yeahthat:

Most will fit from the long frame tractors, they include raiders chargers broncos the early B series of course the C's 300 400 and 500 series.

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gwest_ca
4 minutes ago, Bert said:

:text-yeahthat:

Most will fit from the long frame tractors, they include raiders chargers broncos the early B series of course the C's 300 400 and 500 series.

And these won't fit unless you get the rear axle quick-hitch brackets with it. They often get separated along with the lift link.

 

Garry

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daveoman1966

here is a long frame, and a short frame....  get the long frame with either a 42 or 48" blade.

The axle bracket for the C-160 is also shown.

DOZ 42 (10).jpg

DOZ 42.jpg

doz srt 1.jpg

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KC9KAS

@Drock :WRS: 

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Tankman
9 hours ago, gwest_ca said:

And these won't fit unless you get the rear axle quick-hitch brackets with it. They often get separated along with the lift link.

 

Garry

I might add chains and wheel weights for pushing the white, wet, cold junque!  :ROTF:

 

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roadapples

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857 horse

I have a long frame plow on my short frame....works really well....with weights...and yes chains....

 

But ,,on another note....if you were to scroll back about 4 or 5 ...i can now see where my roll of duct tape went,,,

 

Dave O Man saw what i did ,,,,,,,,,keeps all the linkage rods on the blade during summer storage......

 

by the way......i stopped this weekend and got a 4 ft piece of steel to make a new edge for this winter,,,Its an Ice Jungle out there !!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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