Nice that cab looks huge, I don't know if the tractor is smaller or cab bigger proportially to tractor, than my JD. I don't see a front weight bar on it, you will need one more than likely, once you pick up the blower you'll know for sure, I have 400 lbs, my friend has 600, both could use more.
Nice tractor. Ditto on the front weights, if your putting an 8' or so blower on the back, your gonna need some weight on the front. Another thing to look at, front fenders, if you travel any distance between job sites, the salt spray from the road is a real PITA without them.
PS Get it undercoated with a good anti rust coating, Fluid film, Rust Check or similar. Pay attention to exposed hydraulic piping, cooling lines etc. Tractors really weren't designed for the salt spray exposure like a snow tractor can experience.
Last edited by nsmilligan; 08-09-2012 at 02:14 PM..
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very nice!! are they shorter or is that just because they new design? ditto on the front weight bar, an almost 4k pound shoule makes the front of ours jumpy so we have about 900lbs hanging on the front of our tractor.
check out ebay for fluid film packages that come with the gallons and the undercoating gun, we sprayed ours completely before the winter season and it looks brand new still under there.
got any interior pics? been kicking around the idea of getting a 110 b/c of the 3pt and gear controls on the right armrest.
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