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I know the manual says they dont but that was also 30 yrs ago LOL ,and if that wont fit what is the model number that will fit

thanks and please excuse the dumbass questions I have asked so far , there will be plenty more Im sure --but will try and keep it to a minimum :wallbanging:
 

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I would think it coud be made to fit. I believe the snow thrower are the MF520 for the MF14 and MF16 tractors, the MF620 snow thrower for the MF10 and MF12 tractors and the MF720 for the MF7 and MF8 tractors. There are guys with a lot more knowledge on this then me in GTtalk though. bud
 

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Like Bud,I would think it could be made to work.I don't have a lot of knowledge on MF snow throwers.
 

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The MF 10 & 12 engine sits with the pulley on the side.....Doesn't the 14 have the pulley (shaft) out the rear....like a car? The 620 blower pulleys line up with the side pulley, or at least with the PTO underneath........I am not sure how the MF14 PTO comes off the engine etc.
 

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I own a MF 10 with the side pulley system. I am wondering how the belt configuration of the underbody carriage-belt 620 snowblower hooks to my power-system.

Is my side attachment pulley underneath the frame referred to a a PTO ?

Since the crankshaft is counter clockwise rotational......it seems that it will spin the auger in reverse

Am I missing something....a part....an option....a part of my brain ????
 

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Most of teh 10's and 12' I have seen have a PTO belt that runs off the engine down to a pulley. That pulley has a jackshaft and another pulley towards the center of the tractor. The PTO is turned off and on by the right hand foot petal, there is a idler pulley that tightens up the belt. The pulley off the jackshaft in the center of the tractor hooks to the belt on the snow blower. In this picture the pulley would hook where there is a loop in the belt. Plant Motor vehicle Wood Gas Automotive wheel system
 

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esbent...............thank you kindly and especially for the pic. A buddy stopped by this PM and we figured it out. I'll keep the pic if you don't mind for it'll help when I forget....tomorrow ;)
 

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That is fine, I thought I had a picture of the PTO attachment on the tractor but I don't. If you need any more help on attaching the snowblower let me know. I have a couple of them. Hopefully I am done using them until December.
 
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