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Picked this up today. Came off a 317. Have to do a little tinkering with it yet, but looks good. Have to get the belt on and the bracket for the chute handle. Mounted it on the tractor before I bought it to make sure it fit. Hope fully no other hook up troubles. $300.00. Canadian. Didn't realize it was 46", thought it would be 42", but that's good. Noel
 

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Sounds like a fair price to me. Now you need some weights on the back.
 
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Nice pick on that! How well does it turn left? That tire looks close to the blower there!
 

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It's good Kenny. Just the way I took the picture. Noel.
 
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Wasn't sure! That looks real good on the 140!
 
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Trav1s, I am the weight. Hehe. Your right, will need weights and chains or studs. It's not my main machine, it just for some fun and have added an attachment for the tractor, plus added back up for the Massey ferguson 12, for when the ford breaks down.

This is the main tractor. I like to have back ups. Noel.
 

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Trav1s, I am the weight. Hehe. Your right, will need weights and chains or studs. It's not my main machine, it just for some fun and have added an attachment for the tractor, plus added back up for the Massey ferguson 12, for when the ford breaks down.

This is the main tractor. I like to have back ups. Noel.
I forget most guys are bigger than me and probably don't struggle with adding weights like I do. Me thinks the Ferd will move some snow too!
 
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Yes, the ford is a work horse and rarely gets stuck. But because of its age , it has it's troubles sometimes. But it is 35 years old and I figure about 3500 hours on it. Would of been nice to own it when it was new. !!! Noel.
 
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