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Front Mount Tractor Snowplow
"I didn't like having to go backwards to plow snow, especially since I have a long driveway and a big barnyard to clean," says Max M. Hoy, Warren, Penn., who figured out how to mount a snowplow on the front of his Deere tractor.
Hoy built a frame that bolts to the front of the tractor, with a lift bar protruding out from the top of it. A single cylinder attaches to the lift bar and is anchored at the base of the add-on frame. A chains runs from the end of the lift bar to the pivot point on the plow. The plow attaches to the front frame with two pins.
"Takes just minutes to put it on or take it off and the lift frame doesn't get in the way when doing other jobs."
Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Max M. Hoy, 2012 Jackson Run Rd., Warren, Penn. 16365 (ph 814 489-3118).

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