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I am looking at buying a Kwik way loader for my bigten. It is used and don't know what tractor it came off of.What would it take to mount this on my bigten. Do I have make brackets, if so photos would be very helpful and how to mount on the tractor. Do I have to widen the rear wheels, I am going to use it mainly to move snow away from the front of the house. May I drive your tractor, please!

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Here's an article from Simpletractors do it yourself section outlining what it takes to add a loader to a B series, I hope this helps explain it. http://www.simpletractors.com/do_it/b-series_loader.htm

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I find moving snow with a loader to be a slow tedious process. Move in pick up a load, not much in a loader bucket, drive over to where it is to be dumped, repeat. Unless of course you are moving a lot of crusty stuff, chunks of ice, etc. I use my blower to clear up close to buildings. The ability to turn the chute in just about any direction makes it pretty fast and easy to remove snow from up close to buildings and vehicles.

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