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|Gerald Wilson||Question: Is there a possibility of useing a snowblower or is there one made to work on 8N? thanks
|Ken N Tx||Not that I am aware of..
I would think that the ground speed would be too fast!!
|Ken N Tx||Edit: I have seen them on the rear of an N and they seemed to work ok..
Down here, in Texas, we have no need!! LOL
|grf va||any cat 1, 3 point hitch, 25 hp, 60" or less, snow blower requiring 540 PTO rpm, will "work" BUT, the 8N reverse ground speed is way too fast. you need to creep with a blower. if you had a hi/lo transmission that would split reverse, maybe.
|Jon Beard||Erskine makes a snowblower that will work. It mounts on the 3pt. and is made forward facing so you can drive in first or second. They are a bit pricey about $4000 and are sold locally by Duer implement.
|Doug||I have a completely restored (from the ground up) 1950 8N. I have a pull type snowblower that runs off the PTO as well. Although I am only the third owner of this tractor I have never used this blower. It has been stored inside for more than 25 years. It is looking for a good home and I can certainly forward some pictures. Compared to today's blowers probably not near as efficient, but to a collector I am sure it would be a welcome addition.
Do you still have the snowblower? I know a guy here in Nebraska who collects these things and was talking about a snowblower the other day.