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Perfect video as Im working on a project right now on mounting this snowblower to a parts tractor with a similar frame. I snapped a rear axel last week so I bought a frame and transaxle for a GT and I spent a few hours yesterday swapping engines and such (taking two partial tractors and making one good one). The last half hour was spent on looking at the bracket placement along with taking measurements to make sure the drive belt will still work properly once its set up, especially since I swapped engines and this is my first time. That snowblower really works amazing btw. Thanks for the vid! Its really going to help me out with afternoon! Where the chains for the front lift springs original with the snowblower? I dont have those and was just curious on that.
You were fortunate that everything lined up. I put an MTD 42" blower on a good sized Husky lawn tractor and it was quite the challenge to get everything to work, but both were MTD brands so with a little inventiveness it worked, but I keep that unit strictly for blowing snow, too hard to remove and reinstall. It'll be interesting to see how your blower works. Nice how to video.
Nice, but whenever you engage the PTO, idle down the engine, then you can speed up the engine, it's easier on the clutch assembly, otherwise, nice job!
The Single Stage Blowers are Fricken Brutal !!
I put that same blower on my old GT6000 Craftsman. I had a different horizontal pulley setup so I ditched the mule and use my electric clutch. It throws snow pretty good. Mine kept spitting the very long auger belt that transitions from horizontal to vertical at the blower. Terrible design, when you adjust the tension if that pulley is off 1/8 inch either way it spits it. I added an idler pulley to fix that. No more belt spitting.
Hello Scott, or anyone with one of these. I have the same blower as you have here but It did not come with any mounting brackets. I wonder if you could give me some rough sizes to work with. I am a fabricator but I would love a dimension or two to start with. For instance, on the rear mounting bracket (the one with the forked end) what is the distance from the nearest hole to the throat of the v? and how high above the hole center is the throat? And on the rear mounting bracket (the one that holds the notch) how far from the holes to the pin? Any help would be greatly appreciated.
thanks I recently bought a Murray 1999 Garden tractor with this snow blower I have yet to install . but now i have more confidence
good ole single stage craftsman yeah i know more stages the better but if it works don't break it :)
Very good video. I like the block of wood trick. Can anybody tell me whats the purpose of the little chains and springs on each side of the blower?
Thanks for making the video,I have a craftsman GT 3000 and would like to find a snowblower for it ,
I was looking at your video I have a snowblower 42 inch 842.240530 has a small and a big pulley wondering if you can help me out with how belt goes on
Do you have a copy of the installation instructions/owners manual for that snowblower attachment? I can't find them anywhere online.
Where do I can get the brackets?
Can you find me a snow blower for my Craftsman tractor please
Hillbilly Willy needs some lights while videoing so we can SEE a little better.