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#1 Doug E. ONLINE  

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Posted January 06, 2017 - 04:31 PM

Gents,

 

I have come across a DGT 1700.  I don't have any info on anything this new.  What model snow blowers should I be looking for?  What tillers fit this machine? 

 

Thanks,

 

Doug


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Posted January 06, 2017 - 05:31 PM

Check the Manuals Section. I think that there is a sheet that says what attachments fit each Bolens tractors. Good Luck, Rick


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Posted January 06, 2017 - 07:33 PM

Hello Doug,
I have a DGT 1700 as well. I just sold my GT 2000 with a single stage snow blower and snow blade. I think I still have the manuals, give my a little and I'll look it up


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Posted January 06, 2017 - 08:08 PM

Hi All,
I just looked through my manuals. The 54" blade is model number 19220. This is the non power angle blade. The 42" snow thrower single stage is model number 50142. The thrower uses the same frame as the snow blade.
Let me know if you have any questions.
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Posted January 06, 2017 - 08:43 PM

Snow thrower models that can be used on the DuraTrac are:
19240 42" single stage (Q series)
50142 42" single stage
50146 46" 2 stage
14062 42" single stage

14063 46" 2 Stage - forgot to add this one
14100 46" 2 stage
14103 46" 2 stage

All of the above require the push frame kit models 50965, 51965 or 14067.

33" Tiller models are 50333, 51333 and 14065

54" snow blades
19220 manual angle
50254 hydraulic angle
14064 hydraulic angle
14068 manual angle
The snow blades also require the push frame kits as listed above.


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Posted January 07, 2017 - 09:17 AM

Snow thrower models that can be used on the DuraTrac are:
19240 42" single stage (Q series)
50142 42" single stage
50146 46" 2 stage
14062 42" single stage
14100 46" 2 stage
14103 46" 2 stage

All of the above require the push frame kit models 50965, 51965 or 14067.

33" Tiller models are 50333, 51333 and 14065

54" snow blades
19220 manual angle
50254 hydraulic angle
14064 hydraulic angle
14068 manual angle
The snow blades also require the push frame kits as listed above.

Thanks,

 

This is what I was looking for!

 

Will the drive shafts be unique to the 5117H, or will the whole set up from another tractor fit it?  Ie., if I find a blower or tiller from say, a 5020, will the drive shaft be the correct length? 

 

This 5117H has a 3 point on it.  Is the mounting for the tiller the same as the mounting for the 3 point? 

 

Thanks,

 

Doug


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Posted January 07, 2017 - 10:15 PM

Yes, the drive shafts would be correct and the locking collar u-joint assembly is interchangeable between the 5000 series (5020H etc.) attachments and the 5100 DuraTrac series.

The tiller mount very similar to the 3 Point hitch, however the lower mounting brackets that bolt to the rear end are slightly different.
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Posted November 29, 2018 - 11:36 AM

Gents,

 

I'm bumping this to the top as I picked up a workable 19240 single stage snowblower and adapted it to fit my DGT.  With out trudging back out to the tractor and trying to see the tag, I think I have the 14067 pusher frame. 

 

The blower looked like it should bolt up fine, and would if I did not attach the sliding PTO shaft that attaches to the tractor.  Not only was the rectangular shaft on the blower too long, the part of the shaft that attaches to the tractor was too long as well, and would not let me get near the holes in the frame to bolt the blower up.  I found I had a much shorter extension that I suspect might be from a mower deck that would get me close.  I cut off 2 inches off the shaft on the blower which allowed me to attach the blower provided I drilled new mounting holes in the blower, which I ended up doing.  The new holes are about a half inch off from the old ones. 

 

The auger paddles are beat up as usual, so I added bailer belting backed up with some 1/4" steel plate.  I have found adding the bailer belting helps keep the chute from clogging and adds some extra distance to the thrown snow.  The blower with the rubber belting will throw watery slush as well.  In a perfect world with plenty of time, I would prefer to repair the paddles before adding the belting.  There is nothing as permanent  as a good temporary fix however!

 

I clamped a drill press vise to a couple of tubafors which are again clamped to the frame to cut the end of the drive shaft off.  I am including an image of it and two of the paddles.  This held the shaft rigid enough that I could use a hacksaw to cut the shaft off. 

 

I need to make a replacement plastic piece that holds the chute as it rotates, as one is broken and the chute only will rotate one way because it rides up over the worm that turns it. 

 

I checked the gearbox and added gear lube, I found nothing in there.  I expected the lube to leak out, but it has been two weeks and nary a drop.  I lubed up the chain with a water resistant chain lube. 

 

Since I have done this we have had no snow.  I'm ok if I don't get to test it this winter.  I have enough patience I can wait.  Next project is to make the brackets that hold the tiller on the back.  I have 4 months.  We will see if I can make it on time!

 

Hope this is of help to others.

 

Regards,

 

Doug

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Posted January 28, 2019 - 04:15 PM

my tiller.JPG my tiller2.JPG This is what the tiller looks like 


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Posted February 04, 2019 - 12:33 AM

Thanks for the pics of the tiller.  If you have a chance, could you post some pics of the brackets that bolt on to the rear of the tractor?

 

Thanks!

 

Doug


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Posted March 23, 2019 - 01:11 PM

http://www.mytractor...attachment.html


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Posted March 23, 2019 - 01:21 PM

These are some drawings a friend did for me  of his DGT1700 tiller brackets 

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