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  • #2
    Built this one from a big truck frame. It has 8n Ford tractor wheels and 3 point hitch. It also had a PTO. governor, Two 4 speeds transmissions.

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    • #3
      Hey George, what is top speed with those huge tires?
      You wana look waaay far up da road and plan yer route because the brakes are far more of a suggestion than a command!

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      • George Miller
        George Miller commented
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        I do not know, but much faster than I want do drive it. But the govner will not let it go wide open.

      • Mitch
        Mitch commented
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        Hydraulic plow?

      • George Miller
        George Miller commented
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        Yes hydraulic plow and 3 point hitch. I used it mow grass in the summer. I had 15 acres to mow. This was when I lived in Northern Mich.
        Last edited by George Miller; 12-05-2017, 07:14 PM.

    • #4
      You got snow like that in NC??????

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      • George Miller
        George Miller commented
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        no that was when I lived in northern Mich. Lots of snow and cold there.

      • BNCHIEF
        BNCHIEF commented
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        I was gonna say the same thing if that was in north carolina George would be the only guy that would know what to do with it down there, not a fun place to truck when it snows but sure beats Wyoming and Idaho.

      • George Miller
        George Miller commented
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        Back in the day 50ts 60ts 100 inches a year was not uncommon. But they really do know how to plow snow there, and they have the plows to do it. Alpena Mich. was right next to lake Huron so you got the great lakes effect.

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      I love doodlebugs, and have had several. Here are a few photos, and one of snow plowing with an 8N tractor.
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      Bill
      http://www.brauchauto.com/
      Eastern Connecticut

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      • tbirdtbird
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        that is a lotta snow in that last pic

        i was spending way too much of my life in the winter fighting snow back east and had to get out. I was having trouble envisioning myself plowing at all hours of the day and night when I was 70, which I am now.
        Back east, you never got dry snow. It was always heavy and wet, and would freeze as soon as the storm was over, so you had to plow right away

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