That happens a lot in this hobby! Always trying to find more time to have fun!
Seems to happen in every hobby I have! I love working on stuff, however I'd like to get this thing going enough to plow or snowblow with. We just got about 4" of heavy wet stuff. Luckily it was warm enough that I just ran over it with the vehicles to pack it down and it melted.
Congrats on a nice tractor!! Looks like you're not too far from me, I think Germantown is about an hour away. Post some pictures of your blower and I will see what I have, I have tons of manuals and ill be glad to help when I see which blower you have.
When they built these machines, they didn't chance much. The tin changed, but most of the mechanical parts stayed the same. If I remember correctly, any attachment from 1946-1973 will fit your machine, and there were a few blower designs, and yours may or may not be original to the tractor as well.
Hey Ryan, yep, about an hour away sounds right. My wife and I were at Angry Orchards just a few weeks ago, and she has relatives in New Paltz. I'll snap some pictures of the blower and undercarriage, hopefully tonight and post them tomorrow. I'm about to get very busy replacing the headgaskets, timing belt, and water pump on my younger sister's car. My dad and I trailered it home from Buffalo on Friday, so that's how every night after work will be spent until I can get the heads pulled and sent to the machine shop.