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This is my favorite setup

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Still have to get a picture of my latest snow pusher

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Before I got the "H" I used this 1940 JD "A" with a huge snow bucket to push snow with. The loader frame is the same, I transfered it to the Farmall and exchanged the bucket for a blade. It steers a lot easier without that heavy bucket out front!

Oh yeah.....I don't miss the hand clutch for moving snow!

:D

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post-298-1197345602_thumb.jpgI didn't think I had a picture of skeeter but I found one, it's not my farvorite tractor but it was bought new by my grandfather and there is no way I could ever let it go, so it dose some brush hog work in the summer and plows the snow in the winter.

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and for the heavy stuff :lol:

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Is that a non trip blade that was on the first Originals that sent you flying into the snow bank?

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Before I got the "H" I used this 1940 JD "A" with a huge snow bucket to push snow with. The loader frame is the same, I transfered it to the Farmall and exchanged the bucket for a blade. It steers a lot easier without that heavy bucket out front!

Oh yeah.....I don't miss the hand clutch for moving snow!

:D

I was gonna say ... did you need to have a third arm grafted on for the hand clutch? ;):lol:

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Cliff you could at least buy a snow scoop....that sand shovel doesn't take a very wide swath. :D

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Here are our real snow movers. The first is a 5140 with a 510 loader (gets an 8' Big Ox 3pt blade most of the time) and the second is a 1066 with a 510 loader and an IH #80 snowblower on the back.

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cliff, looks like the 10 has 2 chrome pipes???

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I move snow with an old IH mid seventys 3300B skid steer , It`s so damn ugly it would break the camra dosen`t evan have arops

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My truck with plow mounted.

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What on earth is that white stuff you boys are playing in. We`ll probably be sweltering in 110 degree heat here over Xmas. I tell you it`s no fun eating roast turkey on Xmas day in this climate. Thats why we usually have a Barbeque ( a fancy one for this special occasion ) and a few beers instead. Cheers. All the best for the festive season and 2008 ) Chuck.

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post-7341-1197410306_thumb.jpgpost-7341-1197410335_thumb.jpgThis is what I use at work.

I'm glad to see another maintainer operator, I run a 140H with 13,500 hours on it. My wing is a little different and I don't have a fancy blade in the front like yours. All I have is a V-plow that I like to use as little as possible. I'll try and get a pic of it. I hope the rest of the winter doesn't go like it has so far.

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I was gonna say ... did you need to have a third arm grafted on for the hand clutch? ;):lol:

I considered it....good thing I found that "H" when I did or else I would have had to!

:D;)

dave

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post-798-1197420016_thumb.jpgHi, the tractor i operate this winter. Bernard le mécano Québec Canada

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Here are our real snow movers. The first is a 5140 with a 510 loader (gets an 8' Big Ox 3pt blade most of the time) and the second is a 1066 with a 510 loader and an IH #80 snowblower on the back.

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Cliff; How well does the heat houser work on the 5140? I am curious as to how much heat would flow from the engine compartment with the design of the hood on the Maxxums . I to had to look twice before realizing the 1066 didn't have 2 stacks :wacko:

Bob

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Is that a non trip blade that was on the first Originals that sent you flying into the snow bank?

Nah it's a latter model trip balde, but it doesn't trip as often as maybe it should. I've come to some less than pleasant stops with it. :o

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The little one is mine.

William (under jd730D name)

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[quote name='toyboy'

Here's mine Aaron.

Is that the famous one with the 3' blade that the owner claims he's taking an 8' swath from the bash board?

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Cliff; How well does the heat houser work on the 5140? I am curious as to how much heat would flow from the engine compartment with the design of the hood on the Maxxums . I to had to look twice before realizing the 1066 didn't have 2 stacks :wacko:

Bob

It helps on the Maxxum but I don't think it puts out as much heat as the older IHs did. It does help to keep the wind off of you and that helps alot.

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Cliff; How well does the heat houser work on the 5140? I am curious as to how much heat would flow from the engine compartment with the design of the hood on the Maxxums . I to had to look twice before realizing the 1066 didn't have 2 stacks :wacko:

Bob

It helps on the Maxxum but I don't think it puts out as much heat as the older IHs did. It does help to keep the wind off of you and that helps alot.

Thanks ,Cliff ,thats kind of what I expected and yes just stopping the wind is usually quite a help.

Bob

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