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    Posted: 18 Jan 2011 at 6:52pm
Does any one have one or both of these?
Do you want to sell either of them?
I am interested in the Dozer Blade or the Snow Bucket.
Thanks,
Danny
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1954 WD45, AC 5 ton running gear
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote R.W Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 18 Jan 2011 at 7:02pm
Iv seen the snow bucket on some tractores but dont know of any for sale.
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Danny, I think I know where a bucket is like the one in fig. 19,20. A forum member near Kokomo. I can give you his #. Ron
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote dustinmo Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 18 Jan 2011 at 7:09pm
I have a trip snow bucket like at the bottom of the page, got at a sale where the guy had a 17, and that was when scrap was high and alot of crazies at the sale ( to give you an idea on how crazy a scrap guy bought a 2 row mounted cultivator for a wd or 45 and paid 300.00 and told me he would make alot of $ on it scrapping it, not parting it)  so I had to give I think 80.00 for the snow bucket but no wings for the manure bucket or a blade I would like to have a complete set myself
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Coke-in-MN Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 18 Jan 2011 at 7:14pm
Bad thing with the mount they have is be sure you know where everything is so you don't hit something. No give in any of those arrangements and any shock load is going to be felt by machine and driver.
 After snapping both billet loader arms on my 715B TLB, working below 0 removing snow, i know about brittle metal.
 Might look at snow bucket for a skid loader and modify it to fit, or look at putting a quick attach plate onto your loader frame to interchange buckets easily.
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Used to have this one, sold it at a consignment sale a year ago, biggest mistake I ever made. Sold for $45 and I'd give anything to have it back.

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I feel your pain
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This in my original Allis freeman dozer blade on my WD. Have a good one   BILL P

 
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That blade is very close to the one I have. The manure bucket is identical but I dont have the wings. I really like that snow bucket! That would be a nice find. I built a bigger bucket but I went longer instead of wider. I would post pictures, but I built it out of scrap plate from work so it ain't the prettiest thing.

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Bill,
That is sweet!, do you have any close ups of the plow set up and grill guard?
Danny


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Have a blade that I used at one time on loader, not factory but could be made to work and look factory. Set up now on rear mount cultivator bracket. Used it alot on wd. 125.00 will load. Thanks Gary IN
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote DSeries4 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 18 Jan 2011 at 9:13pm
I have a model 14 loader (from a 59 D14) that has the attachment for the snow bucket (figure 24).  I am willing to sell it and the entire loader.  The snow bucket was a little bent on the bottom from what I recall (I'll need to have another look at it).  The loader itself is in very good condition - no welds and very straight.  I have 2 buckets - should be able to make 1 good bucket.  If anyone is interested, let me know.
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 I had a bucket, fig 19 & 20, on a WD with a Horn loader, it was all it could handle in heavy snow. Later I had a WD-45 with the manure bucket & snow attachment, fig 24 & 25, I moved unbelieveable amounts of snow with that little tractor over the years. I got a second manure bucket when it got harder to put the snow attachment on after years of manure abuse and just kept the first one for snow. Sold the whole outfit when I got the 175D & 419 loader, wish I knew where it was now...Harvey
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  I have a later 17 loader withe the snow bucket works nice.
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I have the snow bucket but plan on keeping it. I made a dozer blade by cutting down a three-point blade, welding up mounting brackets for the loader and turning the blade around backwards to push snow. Didn't take long to bend the blade. Did the same thing bucking snow back from the drive with the D-19 and three-pony blade turned around backward. Structural integrity must be for pulling vs. pushing!
The only blade I have fro sale is the one I made for my G.
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I have a snow bucket in good shape,
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