Any push blade assemblies out there for sale (HG)

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Any push blade assemblies out there for sale (HG)

Postby choppa » Wed Jun 02, 2010 8:36 pm

The more I think of it, the more I may want to investigate actually locating and purchasing a complete hydraylic setup with blade to mount on my newly accuired (1947 HG-42)

Would prefer to locate and buy a stock setup, not some home made rig.

ANyone have anything like this for sale?

Location? Price I should expect to pay?
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3-HI loader for HG

Postby chrisvdv » Wed Aug 25, 2010 8:40 am

I have 3-HI loader and a 3-WI loader that I could sell you.
The 3-HI is probably better from an HG (see pic enclosed).
The 3-WI really needs an industrial model (like an OC3), I think.
I am in Upstate NY (top of I-81), and the whole set-up will cost you about $600.
It is quite easy to modify the back of a blade to fit the loader arms for Winter. ware sold a removable blade that fit the 3-HI.

If you really want a push-blade ONLY, I have one but the blade will need a bit of TLC as it is a bit rusted out in a line above the reinforced cutter blade. But everything works fine. $600 for whole set-up. I have both the Anderson 'Imp' set-up (over the hood) and a single cylinder at the front type.
3-HI loader on Oliver HG
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Chris Van der Vyver
Earth to Spirit Fair Trade Co.
Kingston, Ontario, Canada

OC3s (various), early OC4, OC4 & OC46-3G Series Bs, OC4-3D Alftatrac (reno), Oliver 550 Gas & Diesel, Super 55, '45 Cletrac HG42, White 2-44 13LL, Oliver 700 Lull Hi-lift
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Postby desheikh » Wed Feb 04, 2015 1:29 am

It is quite easy to modify the back of a blade to fit the loader arms for Winter...
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