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ford 705 dozer/snow blade


 
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Brian in MI
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PostPosted: Wed Jan 02, 2008 9:28 pm    Post subject: ford 705 dozer/snow blade Reply to specific post Reply with quote

Does any one have one they want to sell? I'am looking for a ford 705 front mount dozer blade. The only one I have been able to find is $300 and has the sub-frame on the tractor and snow blade for a thousand series, but the a-frame from the blade to sub-frame for a hundred series. no cylinders either. won't budge on price either. Does any body have pics and dimentions for the a-frame I would need to fabricate?
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 03, 2008 3:16 pm    Post subject: Re: ford 705 dozer/snow blade Reply to specific post Reply with quote

How resourceful are you? Can ypou find a truch type snowplow you can convert to use with your tractor? Shouldn't be difficult. I found a blade, aframe and tilting cylinders for sale in a guy's front yard a few years ago. Talked him down to 100 bucks. Cost a bit more to build a hitch on my truck, and add a hydraulic system, but your tractor probably can handle that.
 
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 03, 2008 4:53 pm    Post subject: Re: ford 705 dozer/snow blade Reply to specific post Reply with quote

Ray that is a good idea. My neighbor also sugested it, but I have started to "collect" Ford Implements and was hoping to find a Ford blade to restore/use on my tractor. Right now I have a Ford 716 HD rear blade and it can offset 2.5'. I thought if I could get a front blade and offset the rear I could really move some snow. Thank you for the input Ray, if I cant find a Ford I will be looking for a truck blade.
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