- Oct 7, 2013View SourceKent, if you want to sell it. Let me know. I want one. Thanks.Sent from my Samsung Epic™ 4G Touch
Kent Morris <kmokgm@...> wrote:[Attachment(s) from Kent Morris included below]KentSam,I don't have any experience with the McKee, but I do with the No. 50. Picture attached. I found it to be too big and too heavy (500lbs). It was all I could do to throw a few inches of dry snow. Haven't used it since. I can move more snow and do a better job with my Cub Cadet 782 with a 42" thrower.
On Mon, Oct 7, 2013 at 12:13 PM, intloboy184 <email@example.com> wrote:Two snowblowers were available for the International 184. Both were front mounted and driven from the rear PTO using a driveshaft that ran underneath the length of the tractor. A creeper, wheel spacers, and chains are required for it to be useful.1) Model 50 Single Stage Snowthrower2) McKee Snolander Dual Stage Snowblower.---In firstname.lastname@example.org, <chant1216@...> wrote:
thanks for the reply . I'am sure your right. I'll keep looking for a front mount disigned for the 184.. Sam
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Subject: [IH CUB LoBoy Numbered Series] RE: cub lo boy 184
The only I-H brand of snow blower / thrower that I can find mentioned on the internet which has the numerals 184 in its model designation is a 84" (7 feet wide) rear mounted unit. I doubt the 184 tractor could handle this beast -- the snow blower / throwers for the 184 and its predecessors were only 60" (5 feet) wide which coincided with the maximum rear turf tire outer sidewall spacing.