Berco Snowblowers For Craftsman, John Deere, Husqvarna and Cub Cadet

If you want to put a snow blower on your cast iron front axle tractor, here is the best.

I just wrote an article on Berco snow blowers and getting the right one for your tractor over on Movingsnow.com  Go here to read the article:  Bercomatic Snow Blowers For Your Tractor

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6 Comments on "Berco Snowblowers For Craftsman, John Deere, Husqvarna and Cub Cadet"

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John Adamski
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Hi Paul,
Use this link for the Shopyourway discount. http://www.shopyourway.com/berco-snowblower-snow-thrower-bercomac/52860884 You may have to be a member to view it. See the arrival method for 2 day free delivery and Shopyourway MAX program (read terms and conditions).
You should also get a 5% off when you use your Sears card. (not mentioned)

Oh FYI. There are 7 reviews here that are not shown on the Sears web site.

John from Rachacha NY:)

John Adamski
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Hi Paul, You helped me select a lawn tractor that this blower would attach to, Sears 917.20393. Between your advice and my research and reviews, I have to agree that Berco makes the best blower for tractors of this size. I just wanted to give some pricing information as of 4/14. Most retailers have this listed at around $2000. Shipping may or may not be included. Installation help is extra. Sears has this item for $1700 but shipping is $270. So everyone is close until. If you have a Sears credit card and are a member of the Sears Shopyourway,… Read more »
robert picken
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i have an older 1998(?) craftsman lt-1000 model tractor with a snowthrower on it…..the tractor itself has seen better days….the snowthrower is model # 248439 and according to the sticker under the hood of my newer craftsman yard tractor it is the same model which is recommended for this tractor…..the thing is my newer tractor is a hydrostatic model(automatic) could you please help me understand how to switch it over because the manual model is engaged with an arm on the dash right near the steering wheel( to the left) and the newer tractor is engaged by an electric P.T.O.… Read more »

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