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• Electric lift via one-button operation. • After initial mounting brackets and pulley frame brackets are attached, the snow thrower can be removed without tools. • Two 12” diameter serrated input augers pull in snow and then the high speed impeller propels the snow thru the poly chute. Replaceable wear plate and skid shoes. • Can be raised and lowered from tractor seat. Operator can adjust discharge chute and control deflector pitch and has 180 degree rotation from the tractor seat. • Lift Range: 2" - 4.5"• Wheel weights and chains recommended. • Fits: Tex-style tractor frames (2006 & newer models).• 2 YEAR WARRANTY
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Needs to be re-engineered.
from Scarborough, Maine
About Me Novice
Comments about 42' Snow Thrower Attachment with Electric Lift:
The belt keeps falling off in heavy snow. The design should have additional pulleys to stabilize the belt on the long run from the blower to the drive assembly. Only used it twice then we had a heavy wet snow and the belt came off and was cut. The new belt has been working about 2 passes on my driveway with 1 foot cuts in the snow but comes off when I need to have a full width 42 inch cut into the heavy snow and the new belt was cut on the last dismount (another $38 for a belt). It is a pain to remount or replace the belt as you need to remove then remount the belt holder studs. It is the heavy wet snow at the end of the season that is causing the problem but now have another 18 inches expected and don't expect the product to work. I previously had a John Deer and over 10 + winters we never had a problem sold the John Deer when I moved wish I had bought another. I will request to return the product including tractor once I can get a flat bed trailer to tow the tractor & accessories it to the dealer.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
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(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
winch cable sucks
On my Husqvarna yth 23 mower >The cable on the winch lift is way to long. My cable broke thru and had to repair with cable clamps. Now the winch unravels and it will not pick up the blower. Why the f--k would they put such a long cable on a winch that will only pick up the blower a few inches??? The blower is a beast, very happy with is power and performance. The lifting winch sucks big time. I'm going to take off all but about 3' of the cable and see if that will fix the issue. Buy with manual lift. You would think Husqvarna would know better, really not thought out very well !!! hope this helps others
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
2 years and nothing but trouble
from Sandpoint, Idaho
About Me Do-It-Yourself
The planning for the motor mount and electric connections was terrible. Had this blower two years and have had all kinds of electrical trouble. No planning to protect the electrical connections from water as the snow melts around them. Also the hinged panel that controls the on/off switch freezes up and drains the battery if you don't push it shut manually when you are finished for the day. The up/down switch is to small and weak to last and had to replace that also. I would like to go back to the manual lift.
Completly unsatisfied, wish I could return it!
By Wish I bought a John Dere
from Alpine, WY
Over all, this was the worst purchase I ever made! The unit was delivered with no instructions and it seems that the electric lift model never had a owner's manual or installation instructions created, as I've been trying to obtain them for well over a month now. The electric winch is setup to feed out of the left side of the winch, yet the hookup on the unit is on the right. The end result will rub the winch wire until it breaks and do damage to the winch itself. The winch did come with a manual & instructions. Installation instructions literally said "Mount to Vehicle", very helpful!**This unit is worthless in heavy snow** If you are working on a surface with a snow pack the back wheels will dig into the snow and you will be stuck. Generally, I am unable to dig my unit out, so the only option is to physically lift the back end up and move it out of the holes that were created.
I would like a service and parts manual
it would be better if there was a service and parts manual available
(7 of 7 customers found this review helpful)
Works well. A few small overall issues but a worthwhile buy
from Oxford CT
I bought this to go along with my new GT52xlsi tractor. It replaced a 28" Toro snow blower. My driveway is 450' long with a long gravel parking area off to the side & a decent hill at the beginning of the driveway. I research things a lot & this was no different. I read reviews like crazy so hopefully this helps someone else. The huge amount of cost and lack of places to push snow eliminated a buying plow for my truck. Overall the snow blower is a decent unit. Its heavy & seems built well. Moves snow well and throws it a good distance. I bought it in the beginning of 2016 and caught a few decent snow storms and various types of snow with it. It pretty much took everything in its paths. Its pretty costly. The extra $300 + over the manual lift basically buys you a cheap atv winch, mounting bracket, & switch system. Although costly, I like the electric lift since I can toggle the height & leave it at any level which is helpful to snow blow the gravel without inhaling rocks. A few issues I have: The snow blower has limit switches...once it reaches its upper & lower limits the push switches engages which then kill the power to the winch. This prevents unknowingly unspooling the winch too far or burning it out trying to lift the unit. Both these switches broke/stopped working and somehow the bracket holding the switches bent. My local shop took it back and claimed to fix it which they didn't. I just over rode the switches with jumper wires & try to be conscious of when to stop lifting or lowering it. The blower at full height only lifts a few inches above the ground...its how its designed but some people think the thing will raise 18" off the ground. The chute discharge height deflector tends to get pushed by snow into the highest position no matter what. Its a thin line, you can tighten the chute enough where it will stay in place & not be too difficult to adjust. My issues aren't deal breakers for me but others may be critical of them. It works well & happy to have it
(32 of 32 customers found this review helpful)
42" Snow Thrower Attachment with Electric Lift
The greatest thing since sliced bread. I order it from Stevenson's Hardware in Ransomville NY on a Tuesday and it came in on Saturday and they installed it on Monday. Cleaned my Large Drive, my 2 neighbors and 1 is 500 ft long in no time.It also went through the wet slushy stuff at the road and drifts 2 feet deep with out a problem. The wheels spun on black top even with chains on so I just ordered wheel weights. The electric lift will raise the blower a little at a time or all the way so I am going to lower the skids so it will clean down to the black top and raise it a little for stone drivway
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