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Blowing snow with 725

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If anyone has a question as to how much snow you can move with a 725 this picture should be the answer.

Also my B10 dressed for the winter.

Both tractors are no longer used in the winter. I have moved to a small farm and now use this.

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The cab on the B10 is made by Cozy Cab in Litchfield MN. They still make cabs to fit the 300 series AC tractors. There is a posting some ware in the club. This is an all metal cab with glass windows and electric wiper on the front. It weights about 150 lbs so gives good extra traction. That tractor I now use is an AC 180 diesel which has had a complete motor rebuild this last summer. The dealership I purchased it from spent our $5,000 on reconditioning the tractor.

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