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Ronald Hribar
Your rear snow plow reminded me of old times. I made similiar plow for my sled. I would simply pass the ropes from the handles of the sled thru the cross piece of the plow and would go out to plow snow between house and the barn.

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John Thought I'd add on. This is Frederick 6-8", my 7117H with K341 and 42" blower.

Snow was disappointing, I was finished inside an hour, counting adding gas line freeze stuff. Didn't even break out the ultimas.

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John, how deep a snow can you use that drag behind unit in?
I made that A frame plow about 10 years ago and I have plowed maybe 10" to 15" deep snow. I used to tow it behind my chevy s10 blazer, up until I got into these tractors. It works best if you start early and then plow every hour or two hours. I used to add weights to the rear and it worked better. Hey Ambler do ya got an extra snow blower for an AC 710?? Thanks, John

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