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Think I know the answer to this but is the 8N standard 4spd geared too high to handle the rear mount snow blower? Might know where one is but think reverse is too fast,What you guys think???
 

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dave2n said:
I think you may get a sore neck, my suggestion is a rotary pull behind.
Not familiar with this can you explain? By the way good to hear from you!!!!!!!!!
 

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when using a snowblower on smaller hp tractor mae sure fan is small diameter when a big fan fills with snow it just kills the engine i have a 165 and it has small fan in blower and wet snow really kills it
 

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It's called an Erskine Rotary they were made here in MN, it is driven by the pto, there is a drive shaft that turns an impellar blade that is in the housing in the rear of the pull behind. I can turn a lever right or left that moves the direction of the snow. It works great.
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