Yes, that is a 54C center blade with hydraulic angle. It works great in the snow with the snowblower. Since I go over a variety of surfaces (concrete, gravel, grass), I set the skid shoes on the blower for gravel/grass and then the center blade will catch everything left behind when in a paved surface. The tractor is weighted heavy enough that I don’t have any issues with steering. I don’t run chains, but have diff lock.Newbie question again
Is that a "belly blade" on the Deere?
This has blown my circuits
I didn’t want a back blade for winter use, as its parking space isn’t long enough with the snowblower and back blade on at the same time.I can see the value of a belly blade in tandem with a snow blower especially with gravel. I use a back blade with my snow blower (2182). I raise and lower it with a linear actuator otherwise it moves same as the blower up front. the Farmall cub is just for moving things around in the warm weather for the last 20 years.
I do snow blow grass - otherwise the dogs use the driveway as a toilet when snow gets over a foot or so deep in the yard.
Own a MIG - hey, everyone's a carpenter, electrician, plumber, welder, etc. Do you have any plans for a bracket that would work? I've thought about a two piece setup?Papa, If you don't have a welder, get one and the front weight bracket will work just fine with the mower attached! oh and while you are learning to weld, just blame the bad welds on the previous owner/children/neighbor/brother-in-law, mix it up and keep them guessing