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Hello all. New member here so I have questions and not many answers for now. I am also new to JD but not new to older tractors. I have a Massey 12 and a Ferguson TO 35. I was looking at # 7's for my kids to start out on but decided to put a different color in the shop this time and found a 67 model 60. It came with a blade and a 32 snowblower and unfortunately an aluminum 6hp Tec. which I assume is a V60. It is currently not running due to a stripped plug hole so I'll need a head at least. It is a nice tractor otherwise and the original steering wheel center cap is probably worth 1/2 what I paid for the tractor and plow. My main questions for now are on the implements and the fuse panel. Since I don't know how they mount I don't know if everything is there. I have the bracket on the front with the spring loaded release pins and I think the blade and thrower mount to it but I don't know how they lift. The fuse panel is in the large box of extra parts that came along but I don't know where it goes. If anyone has some pics from different angles of a snowblower and a blade mounted or unmounted I could see what I may be missing and then either buy or make what I need. A pic of the fuse block would also be helpful. I found a VH60 head on E-Bay. Will that work on my aluminum motor or is there a helicoil deal that works to fix my stripped plug hole?
Sorry for all the ?? right off the bat. As I learn maybe I'll be able to give some answers.
 

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Got another head and fixed the plug problem. I figured out how the plow goes on but I'm still unsure on the snowblower. If anyone has any pics son that I could see if I'm missing anything I'd greatly appreciate it.
 

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In the unlikely event you don't get any help here there are a couple of user manuals for that snowblower for sale on flea bay right now.

Whenever I get a new implement, I try and find an original manual for it. Nothing like reading the fascinating manual.
 

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Good advice Rob. I got one of those manuals and it showed me what I need to know. If anyone else needs info. on it I can send a photo. I see I don't have the idler pulley setup. If anyone has one they are willing to sell I'd be interested. If not I'll have to make it. Let me know.
Thanks
 
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