44-in. (112-cm) Snow Blower X
44-in. (112-cm) Snow Blower on X324 Tractor

44-in. (112-cm) Snow Blower on X324 Tractor

44-in. (112-cm) Snow Blower

44-in. (112-cm) Snow Blower

The 44-in. (112-cm) Snow Blower has the capacity to handle big snow removal jobs.
  • This snow blower works well in all snow conditions and is suited for snow removal around recreational parks, industrial parks, and other applications where snow must be moved greater distances.
  • Two-stage design is ideal for home and estate owners in heavy snow regions.
  • Two-stage snow blower is more effective than a single-stage snow throwers when operating in wet, heavy snow and deep snow conditions. The low-speed auger sizes crusted material as it moves snow toward the second-stage blower.
  • Chute provides consistent snow placement in variable snow conditions because the high-speed blower gives the discharged snow consistent velocity, even in very light clean-up volumes.
  • The optional brush guard or bumper can remain on the tractor when using the snow blower.
Two-stage design
Two-stage auger and blower

Two-stage auger and blower

The low-speed auger picks up snow and moves it toward the center of the machine into the high-speed rotor where it is blown out of the discharge chute.
A cast-iron gearbox provides speed reduction for the auger and is protected by shear bolts for each auger half.
Two-stage snow blowers are more effective than single-stage snow throwers when operating in deep snow as the low-speed auger is used to size crusted material. They also provide consistent snow placement in variable snow conditions because the high-speed rotor gives the discharged snow consistent velocity-even in very light clean-up volumes.
Durable, second-stage blower fan

Durable, second-stage blower fan

The second-stage blower fan is formed from the same durable and rust-resistant, ultra-high molecular weight (UHMW) polyethylene material proven in the Power FlowTM blower fan for durability and long life.
The durable fan material has the same durable cold-weather characteristics as that used in snowmobile track rollers and will not bend and cause the fan to get out of balance.
Spout and deflector
Spout and deflector

Spout and deflector

The discharge spout and deflector are made from high-density polyethylene material that will not dent or rust and resists snow buildup to ensure trouble-free operation. It is more durable, especially in cold-weather use, than the polypropylene material used by some other manufacturers.
Spout direction and deflector angle can both be conveniently controlled from the operator station:
  • The chute material remains smooth and is less likely to clog than a steel chute.
  • Controls to operate the chute are conveniently located for easy operation.
  • The discharge spout can be rotated 200 degrees from the operator station.
  • The deflector can be easily adjusted from the operator's station to determine distance of throw.
Adjustable skid shoes
Adjustable skid shoe

Adjustable skid shoe

Skid shoes help control the height of the snow blower cutting edge and are especially helpful for use on gravel drives and irregular surfaces.
Skid shoes can be adjusted by loosening the mounting bolts and positioning them to suit the operating conditions:
  • Securely held in place by three bolts
  • Can be adjusted for rough or smooth surface conditions
Front hitch
Front hitch

Front hitch

The snow blower slips over and locks onto the front hitch with attached snap pins:
  • Fast and easy installation with no tools or loose parts
  • Hitch provided with the snow blower
  • Optional bumper or brush guard can remain on the tractor with snow blower installed
Heavy-duty drive
Heavy-duty in-line belt and gearbox drive

Heavy-duty in-line belt and gearbox drive

Dependable in-line belt drive (belt colored red)

Dependable in-line belt drive (belt colored red)

Drive system features include:
  • In-line drive belt for efficient transfer of power and dependable operation
  • Spring-loaded idler pulley keeps belt at the optimum tension
  • Durable cast-iron right-angle gearbox drives the blower and also provides power to the auger
Overall width  44 in. (112 cm)
Clearing width  44 in. (112 cm)
Height to top of housing  18 in. (45.7 cm)
Scraper edge  Replaceable
Drive  In-line V-belt
Blower fan size  4-3/4 in. x 14 in. (12.1 cm x 35.6 cm)
Blower fan material  Ultra high molecular weight (UHMW) polyethylene
Blower fan drive  Cast-iron right-angle gearbox
Spout diameter  6 in. (15.2 cm)
Spout rotation  100 degrees to each side
Spout rotation control  Manual remote handle
Auger diameter  12 in. (30.5 cm)
Auger drive  Cast-iron worm-drive gearbox
Auger bearings 3/4-in. (19-mm) sealed bearings on each end
Auger protection  Shear bolt for each auger half
Drift knife  Optional for both sides of housing
Skid shoes  Standard
Lift system  Spring-assisted foot lift or hydraulic lift (X310, X360)
Lift height  4 in. (102 mm)
Weight  180 lb (81.6 kg)
Attachability  No tools required; 5 minutes
Tractor compatibility and requirements:
This 44-in. (112-cm) Snow Blower is compatible with the following:
  • Select Series X300R, X300, X304, X310, X320, X324, X340, X360, X500 M-T, and X520 M-T Tractors
  • X300R Rear-Discharge Tractor (see DTAC solution 79224 for snow blowers manufactured before spring 2008, serial numbers 030,000 and below)
Requirements and/or recommendations:
  • X300 Series Tractors with foot lift and shipped with a 38-in. (97-cm) or 42-in. (107-cm) mower deck (X300, X304) or X300 Tractors shipped less deck require the AM136646 lift-assist spring kit.
    • AM136646 lift-assist spring kit is not compatible with tractor models equipped with hydraulic lift as standard equipment.
  • 2006 and some early 2007 model year X320, X324, X340, X500, or X520 Tractors shipped with 48-in. (122-cm) or 54-in. (137-cm) mower decks require the AM136645 lift-assist spring to replace the M151924 lift-assist spring; the exact serial numbers of the tractors shipped with M151924 are as follows:
    • X320 with 48-in. (122-cm) mower (BM21848): below serial number -M0X320A040168
    • X320 less mower (BM22336): below serial number -M0X320A040168
    • X320 less mower, export (BM21862): below serial number -M0X320B040377
    • X324 with 48-in. (122-cm) mower (BM21849): below serial number -M0X324A040092
    • X340 with 54-in. (137-cm) mower (BM21850): below serial number -M0X340A045012
    • X500 with 48-in. (122-cm) mower (BM21851): below serial number -M0X500A020104
    • X500 with 54-in. (137-cm) mower (BM22128): below serial number -M0X500C020001
    • X500 less mower (BM22338): below serial number -M0X500C020001
    • X520 with 48-in. (122-cm) mower (BM21855): below serial number -M0X520A020008
  • X350R requires adjustable spring-assist kit for snow blower use.
  • For rear ballast, the following is recommended:
    • For X300 Series Tractors, two 42-lb (19-kg) Quik-Tatch weights are recommended for additional traction.
    • For X500 M-T and X520 M-T Tractors, two 50-lb (23-kg) rear-wheel weights (one on each wheel) or up to four 42-lb (19-kg) Quik-Tatch weights are recommended for additional traction.
  • Tire chains are recommended for traction.
  • Winter grille cover is recommended for tractors with air-cooled engines to prevent carburetor icing.
  • Optional drift knives are available for each side of the blower housing and are recommended for deep-snow conditions.
  • Optional heavy-duty skid shoes are available for high-hour use and extra protection.
  • Optional plastic skid shoes are available for reduced scratching and marring of driveway surfaces.

44-in. (112-cm) Snow Blower X300s, X500, X520 (Order code 7001M)

NOTE: French-Canadian order 9220 code. Rear weights and tire chains are recommended for additional traction. Winter grille cover recommended on air-cooled engines to prevent carburetor icing. X320, X324, X340, X500, or X520 Tractors shipped with 48X or 54X decks and built prior to September 2006 (see the sales manual for serial number splits) need to also order AM136645 lift-assist spring kit to replace M151924.


Note: X300R: Collection hopper or a BM22196 rear deflector kit is required. For snow blowers built prior to April 2008 (serial number -030001), see DTAC solution 79224 for adaptation instructions.

Last Updated : 17-Dec-2019