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Looks like it should work okay to me!

EDIT: I took the 'w' out of the title for ya!
 

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I'd say you look like you are ready.
 

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very nice. Like the counter weight. Is that coil spring under the seat?? I like that......
 

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very nice. Like the counter weight. Is that coil spring under the seat?? I like that......
I hadn't noticed that. I like that idea. Even if the tractor is leaning a bit, you could sit upright with the seat. Pretty cool.
 

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Nice looking snow mover. It looks about the same in Maine as here in Nova Scotia. We got a tiny bit of snow yesterday but that is the first time we had anything this year. We had a couple of Nor Easters ...I mean Nor Eastahs in November and normally we would end up with a big plastering of heavy wet snow but this year we ended up with rain both times. I took the loader off my compact tractor yesterday an put the front blade on so I'm ready as well.
 

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Yes, it is a Giant coil spring, funny you mention it leaning..... It already leans a bit. Think it's a 30 year old injuries .
 

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Any way to twist it around? Seems to me that could provide a comfortable ride. Could you get us a couple pics of how it attaches to the pan and the seat?
 

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my G16xl uses the same basic coil spring setup it attaches to the seat bolt (only works on single bolt seats ) but if your heavy like me and you find two i mounted them to the two outboard seat bolts and it doesn't sag at all now with my fat butt sitt'n on it
. the seat is hinged so the spring folds up with the seat and is not mounted to the fender.
 
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