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help identify snow thrower on G

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PostPosted: Sun Feb 03, 2013 12:31 pm    Post subject: help identify snow thrower on G Reply to specific post Reply with quote

A few weeks ago I posted pictures of a snow thrower I got with a G on the "Help Identify" page. There have been no responses yet so I'm appealing to the Allis crowd for help. Three pictures, Snow Thrower, Snow Thrower 2 and Snow Thrower 3. I suspect it's from Mott because it mounts to the same point as the mower and uses the same belt drive and pulleys. Has anybody seen one of these?
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 03, 2013 1:02 pm    Post subject: Re: help identify snow thrower on G Reply to specific post Reply with quote

I highly doubt it's made by Mott. I have never heard of Mott making snow throwers and my dad was a big Mott dealer. He went to the factory many times. I think it might be another brand of snow thrower that has been adapted to fit the tractor. I can't think of the name but have seen that style of snow throwers on the net. They make them to fit on skid steers among other things.
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 07, 2013 4:38 pm    Post subject: Re: help identify snow thrower on G Reply to specific post Reply with quote

Thanks, Stick Welding.

Still no replies on the help identify. Looks like I have something rare here. The frame doesn't look home built. There is no plate or name anywhere but it has been repainted with the tractor. The left end in the picture mounts to the same bracket as the Mott mower and used the same belt drive to the jack shaft, then another belt to the blower shaft and a chain drive to the auger on the left side. The H shaped frame has two turnbuckle style links to the tool lift bar (seen hanging down at the sides). It also has two small pulleys and a tube on the frame that looks like it once had some kind of crank and cables to turn the chute. I've only tried it a couple of times. It's a bit much for the G and the inertia from the auger keeps pushing the tractor after declutching. I do use the mower a lot, though.
I guess I'll keep looking and asking.
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