Snow Plow

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    Snow Plow

    I bought this snow plow the other day at the local tractor junk yard. I am going to sand blast it, cut off the old mounting hardware, make and weld on the mounting hardware I need, and paint it. I am going for somethig like the one on the pictures from rout6x6 only mine will be able to pivit. I am open to any ideas or suggestions. Any suggestions will be greatly appreciated.
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    I actually had some snowplow brackets for my Max II and they are quite simple to fabricate. They mount on the outter bearing flanges and they attach by putting them onto the same bolts that hold the flanges on the frame. Then there is a pin on each one that the plow frame attaches to. I would imagine that you could easily fabricate some.
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