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Greetings from Bucks County in Eastern PA. 1983 446 with cab, sleeve hitch, 48" snow blower, 52" plow (yes, it is a 52" fabrication from a 46" Simplicity), 42" grading blade (also a Simplicity fabrication), and 46" mower deck (in permanent storage). The old girl is my work horse for pulling trailers, hauling fire wood ( a LOT of fire wood) and moving stone/snow.
 

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Sounds like you have a nice decked out machine to work with. Glad to have you and hope to see some pictures of the simplicity stuff you modded to fit. That is the great thing about these tractors, they can be adapted to meet any job they are tasked with. Welcome aboard!!!!
 

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Welcome to another '83 446 owner!

We need some pics of that with the cab on it (Like I don't have enough things to drool over already :mrgreen: ).
 

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Thanks for the greetings. I'll take some pics this weekend when I'm home in the daylight and put them up on the site.
 

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Welcome akeller :thumbsup:

A cab.... I need one of those sooooo bad.... I was out blowing snow this afternoon and took several snow showers.... darn wind...

You don't spit into the wind... or blow snow!

This site is tremendous, you'll like it and the personalities :clap: :clap:

Kevin B.
 

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First time posting an image thru a host site. I hope it works



Cabs are wonderful things. Mine came with a complete parts tractor that was badly weathered. The cab doors were missing and the rear plexi window was cracked and shrunk. I built the doors and replaced the plexi, repainted the sheet metal and now I move snow with a sweat shirt on. A truly wonderful thing.
 

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It was a mod from a 42" Simplicity snow blade. I cut it down to 12" tall and used the old blade angle assembly mounted up top. The beam was a leftover from cutting the tongue down on a boat trailer I made into a utility trailer for hauling wood. The rest is angle iron and water pipe (for bushings) . The blade is pinned to the angle assembly so a box blade or york rake can be swapped, when I scrounge them up someday. :thumbsup: If anyone is interested in details I can take more pics and move this over to the Work Shop Forum.

Thanks for asking
Al

 
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