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Old April 2nd, 2010, 01:56 PM   #1
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Default SOLD! 42" Craftsman Snow blade $125

This is a Craftsman Tractor plow .it has a universal Mounting head with adjustable blade angle from the seat. its in real nice shape and not all ate up by time. has a good cutting edge and good skid legs. with the mount it has it could be installed on any flat mounting surface like a tractor, quad, etc..


also have chains for 18 x 8 . if you buy the blade I will make you a deal.


12/17 PRICE DROP! $125
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Old May 6th, 2010, 09:24 PM   #2
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Do you have any other brackets off the tractor or is it what you see what you get? Is there a model number on it anywhere? I'm interested as long as I don't have to spend a ton to make it fit my crapsman tractor.
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I do not have any brackets. the blade is all self contained. however I was told by one guy who looked at it they make an "Adapter" to fit other machines and it looks like a big letter Y that goes under certain machines to push from the rear axle.

I actually measured the bolt pattern for the mounting and the pattern is approx 6 1/2" wide center to center and has 3 sets of oval holes. is you figure from the top down its about 2" on center going down the pattern. if you have a machine with a flat mounting surface then it should be easy to hook up.
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couple of new pics to show the mounting plate for this one.
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Old December 17th, 2010, 10:06 PM   #7
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Does the flat plate mount to the front, or the bottom of the tractor? Thanks.
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its a front flat plate. any vertical surface thats solid should support it.
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Any idea what it weighs?
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probably 40-50 pounds
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I've got a craftsman tractor. 19.5 hp. do you think i can just mount it or do i need something else?
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