Hey thanks guys! I was hoping to buy a 6700 but missed it anyway. But I went through the hydrostatic (wouldn't move at all...) on one of my 3600s and now life is good. Plowing this snow with ease. Now I need to figure out why I lost the spring for the belt tensioner & repair it so that I can use the blower.
Great pics guys, thanks.
Now I know what my 6800 should look like in winter time, instead of sittin' in the garage doing nothing.
I'm in St. Paul, cr250, so been having fun with the snow/ice/cold too...
CR250 - thanks but I'm not looking for a deck. I've got 3 of them so I was offering one of mine up. Thanks for the pics of your snowblower setup. Looks similar to mine for the 3600 from the front, but no belt running up to mine so that is quite different. Cab looks like it is probably the same as mine. They sure work nice for clearing snow!
This is a great thread...thanks for sharing that...
Oh how I could have used this attachment on my 3600 at Christmas whilst skiing in the French alps we had 30 inch of snow in 36 hrs....are the chains effective?
Do you have any video of it working?
Hello, I'm from Minnesota and I have a yt-3600 with snow blower attachment chains and cab. I got the snow blower hooked up without any issues but cant figure out how to attach the cab to it. Can anyone please help me with this? The cab looks exactly like the one pictured in the thread by ToddMN
has anyone fabbed up something to fit the blower from yt3600 to a yt6800? i know what the yt3600 frame and pulley setup looks like, have never seen the yt6800 blower frame/pulley/reduction setup. is it just some simple fab or????