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Looks to me like they are a little snow hungry! Great pics, thanks for sharing.
 

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Quite a team Doug! Have you tried the sleeve hitch rear blade for snow removal? I never thought of using the Brinly box blade for snow.
 

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Quite a team Doug! Have you tried the sleeve hitch rear blade for snow removal? I never thought of using the Brinly box blade for snow.
I use the brinly blade to pull the snow away from the edges where the front bade can't get to, works great.
 

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That would work well. I'm considering widening the box blade a few inches so it will cover the rear wheels of the 314(42"). I could then use it for snow pushing or pulling as well.
 

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If you could rig it so that they go up and down independently form one another you could push snow forward the push snow in reverse. The rear blade spins around and can push or pull.

MF10 they are linked but the GE tractors are separate.

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Nice group of pics Doug. Thanks.

You might get to use them over the next few days.

Of course, we'll want to see more pics, or even a video. :thumbs:
 

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Excellent pair of machines! You may have already answered this elsewhere, but how do you like the rib tires? And do you notice a difference in the two styles of tire?
 

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Excellent pair of machines! You may have already answered this elsewhere, but how do you like the rib tires? And do you notice a difference in the two styles of tire?
The TRI RIB's are the best for steering, the V61's are almost as good, much better than a turf tire.

I think the V61's are the best all round, any season, front tire you can get. IMO
 

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Doug, your team looks ready and waiting. Great photographs. Thanks for showing them.
 

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Thanks for sharing. You should be able to get a lot of seat time with a pair like that!

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Love the tri-ribs for steering! Well worth the work put into putting them onto my tractor.
 

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