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[IMG]http://i97.photobucket.com/albums/l226/perry71/102_06151.jpg[/IMG] [IMG]http://i97.photobucket.com/albums/l226/perry71/2010oct004.jpg[/IMG] [IMG]http://i97.photobucket.com/albums/l226/perry71/2010oct001.jpg[/IMG] [IMG]http://i97.photobucket.com/albums/l226/perry71/2010oct005.jpg[/IMG] turned out pretty decent. just need to make my L-R turn arm, and get some new carriage bolts...

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perry
boy that lift arm sure seems to come back pretty far?. it hits my leg. good thing im short. anybody eles have this promblom??. there is only one setting for the plow in the up position. is this right?..

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Originally posted by FastPaul
Looks awesome,Is the cutting edge factory or did you make it?
the cutter is original. i bought a piece of flat stock to make a new one, but i noticed i could flip this one and get a little more life out her. so i figure no need to waste the original steel. now i need to get after the rest of the herd and get'em ready for the snow.

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Looks good. What was wrong with yellow? LOL. Yes, only one setting for up on the plow. When using the deck up is foward and you can insert a pin into one of the holes to keep the handle from coming back that far when down. I was thinking of modifying a lift arm with a different angle (I have a spare) for use with a plow but am not sure if I can get the button rod to work once done, also means changing it out from summer to winter unless it gets left as a dedicated plow tractor.

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MPH
Come out looking good. Snow should side off real good. IMO you need a shorter lift rod to get full lift with the lever still more forward. Just make sure it's still long enough to give you full down.

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Nice job. When you get the turning handle, you'll learn that you'll drag the blade in reverse to tilt it in the direction you want before you go forward. The 46" blade has been a necessity for my 6000 square feet of driveway and parking I plow. I can't use a snowblower for my work.

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