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skeets

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Something just crossed my mind last evening. Now the BX has the whole quick hitch for the blade, and the comming B, has a FEL and bucket and no blade. I am wondering if the quick hitch for the BX would hook up under the B so I could use the plow with out having to re-engineer the whole thing. Im sure with copious amounts of welding rods, wire, and steel plate it could be done. I just wondered if any one ever did it?
 
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bearbait

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You don't think the BX would be enough tractor for ya and in my experience forget the blade and put your money into a blower, a far superior way to move snow IMHO.
 

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Skeets- seems like the front hitch for the B is much different than the BX...much longer, part of which seems like for the bearings for the PTO.

Now you don’t need the mid-PTO shaft to use the blade.....

It seems like the mount for both is similar with the wedge-type blocks, if I remember right. Might be worth just lining up the hitch the tractor to see what it looks like.
 

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SSQA blade for "B" uses oddball angle cylinder.
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RCW

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I used a friend’s SSQA plow to do his driveway when he was laid up.

Wasn’t a power angle, but worked good