Model # BM25057

Internet #204839221

John Deere Snow Blower Attachment for 100 Series Tractors

Discontinued John Deere

Snow Blower Attachment for 100 Series Tractors

  • Provides consistent snow placement
  • Works well in all snow conditions
  • Ideal for home and estate owners
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Product Overview

The 44 in. snow blower has the capacity to handle big snow removal jobs. 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. Ideal for home and estate owners in heavy snow regions.

  • More effective than single-stage snow blowers when operating in wet, heavy snow and deep snow conditions
  • Low-speed auger sizes crusted material as it moves snow toward the second-stage blower
  • 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
  • Warranty: 2-years or 120 hours
  • Use of tire chains and weights is highly recommended for proper traction, tire chains and weights are sold separately



Assembled Depth (in.)
24 in
Assembled Height (in.)
51 in
Assembled Width (in.)
39 in
Auger diameter (in.)
Clearing Width (In.)
Impeller diameter (in.)
Intake height (in.)


Application Type
Assembly Required
Chute rotation turning radius (degrees)
Fits brands/models
D100 Series
Snow Equipment Product Type
Snow Equipment Accessory

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Two years or 120 hours, whichever occurs first

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Customer Questions & Answers

what is the serial #

I would like to find a nice used one but I am not sure if the are the same.
Asked by: chuck
Thank you for contacting the Home Depot store. The model number for this snow blower attachment that is compatible with 100 Series Tractors is: Model # BM25057
Answered by: JohnDeere
Date published: 2015-09-20

Hi, will the BM25057 model fit my D140? What is the difference between the BM25057 and the BM25433?

Asked by: Dado
What type of changes have been made from model# BM25057 to BM25433
Answered by: Dennis
Date published: 2016-01-14

First time trying to use the snowblower on the tractor and the auger isn't

Asked by: Robert
Thank you for contacting the Home Depot website. If you are using the Snow Blower for the first time, please review the "Operating" Section in the Operator's Manual that explains how to engage the Snow Blower. If you are still having difficulty, you may need to contact your local John Deere dealer to diagnose the issue. A copy of the Operator's Manual for the Snow Blower can be found here:
Answered by: JohnDeere
Date published: 2015-11-05

How difficult and how long does it take to attach and remove the snowblower?

Asked by: Trekmom1
The first assembly and installation should take about 3 hrs. After the initial installation it takes less then 10 minutes to attach and remove the blower. Keep in mind that the mower deck must be removed to install the snowblower. I suggest you read the instructions and identify all the parts and how they go together before you actually start the assembly to make the assembly easier and less confusing. This blower is well worth the time and money.
Answered by: Mugsy
Date published: 2015-11-07
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Customer Reviews

Snow Blower Attachment for 100 Series Tractors is rated 3.8 out of 5 by 17.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great snowblower - poor instruction manual After opening the box, it seemed I was missing half the parts! After working with Home Depot and John Deer to get this fixed, I was referred to the local JD dealer. We found that I had all the parts, but the installation manual was out of date and did not cover my tractor. That created a lot of un-needed hassle! I used the snowblower for the first time yesterday and it works great and is worth the cost. You will need chains and weights added to your tractor though.
Date published: 2011-12-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Snowblower worked like a charm in Connecticut I had mentioned in an earlier review that I was skeptical of how the John Deere D-170 with the snow blower would perform on a 300' long drive with a 15% grade at the end. But I also said I would report back as to its performance. Well, it did what it said it would do especially during the blizzard where we got 24" of snow. Here is a summary. In wet snow the blower had the most difficulty. The snow shout would sometimes clog and have to be cleaned out. This could be avoided by proceeding at a pace the snow blower could handle. Going to fast would lead to a clog. Since I am a statistician and not a regular user of tractors, I had to learn to be patient and go at a pace the snow blower could handle. I learned to listen to the sounds of the blower to guage when I was going to fast. During the blizzard in powdery light snow, the tractor truly shined. In fact, my neighbor has his driveway plowed and his plow truck got stuck in the snow! Yes, I have pictures. I have to admit it was fun to use the John Deere to clear snow so they could get their snow plow truck out the next day. Be sure to buy extra shear pins. I had to use two, because I went to fast into a large pile of snow the city snow trucks left in the front of my driveway. The bottom line is I saved $500 dollars on having my driveway plowed. The payments made on the other hand build equity in the tractor. The tractor now has 13.5 hours on it. I will report back after the summer mowing season. FYI, I was paying $180/month to have my lawn mowed by a service. At least the payments now will go toward building equity in the tractor. Depending on maintenance costs I expect the investment to break even in 2.5 years. Less than that if the equity in the tractor is included. So far, I definitely recommend John Deere, especially through Home Depot with their deferred financing and their sales associates' genuine desire to help people like me.
Date published: 2013-04-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A Great Attachment Upon ordering this attachment, it went on to immediate "back order". I ordered it after the first big snow in Buffalo. It took slightly longer than the instructions indicated to assemble. There were some parts that had really close tolerances and were factory painted. It took a bit to remove the paint to get those parts together. Outside of that, it went together pretty much in line with timeline indicated in the instructions. I did have an issue with the lower auger belt on the first use. The belt rolled in the track and then broke. Home Depot referred me to the John Deere customer service to address the issue. They refused to send me a replacement belt and insisted I take the lawn tractor and the new attachment in for service. Home Depot was very helpful in rectifying the situation with me directly. I purchased and installed the new belt myself. I have used the attachment three times since and have had no further issue. I believe the belt was defective. The controls for the chute direction and the deflector are a little unstable as to where they are mounted. That is my only complaint. I did chain up the front tires along with the rear tires for better steering control. I installed it on a John Deere D140 and it handles the load fine.
Date published: 2015-02-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good product Took about 3 hours to finish assembling from the palletized delivery, but now can get the product on and off the tractor in about 5 minutes! Has convenient controls up near tractor seat.
Date published: 2011-06-08
Rated 4 out of 5 by from So far, so good. I have not had a chance to actually move any snow yet as it's still fall and awesome weather. I will update that part when then snow flies. The unit arrived well packed and on a pallet. Took about an hour or so to assemble and about 15 minutes to hook up to the tractor. Operation is very straightforward. All controls are right where you need them, discharge chute direction and angle adjustment and lift lever. My only real complaint so far is the lift pins are a pain to assemble and maybe a hydraulic lift would be nice. This is on my JD D140
Date published: 2013-10-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Effective, requires some skill This is a very effective snow removal machine on a series 100 JD tractor, which I have now used for three winters. It requires some skill to use, and there are useful pointers to bear in mind. First, as supplied it does not work well on gravel driveways as it picks up huge amounts of gravel and throws it with the snow. To solve this problem it is necessary to buy the bigger shoes from JD, part number JDAM122264. These lift the plow to more than 2 inches above the ground, and gravel is not then picked up. While this means that the snow blower does not pick up the bottom 2 inches of snow it makes the plow fulfill more of its promise. Second, driving the plow with the tractor requires some skill. It is so heavy that the weight is thrown forward off the rear wheels when the plow is lifted. The recommended weights at the rear are essential, but are not sufficient if the plow is being driven backwards up a slight rise with plow up. The best way to overcome this is to put the plow down on its shoes, which throws the weight backwards to the rear wheel, and then you drag the plow backwards over the ground to maneuver to wherever you are driving . Even this can be insufficient, due to the weight of the plow on such a small tractor, and it is necessary to avoid difficult rises on the ground, or soft surfaces. In the first winter, I encountered a broken drive pulley that needed to be replaced, but this turned out to be a routine, easily obtainable part from JD. The recommended weights and chains are "essential" not optional. You cannot do without them. I never use this machine on less than 6 inches of snow. It comes into its own on snowfalls 12 inches or bigger. Than it can be a joy to use. I always look forward to using it, but it is not something you take out for small snowfalls just for the pleasure of it.
Date published: 2014-02-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Ten years and counting... I have been using this snowblower on our L120 for 10 years. In that period it has moved a lot of snow. It is a bit of a bear to assemble and install the first time - the installation manual was all but useless. Once you get the hang of it, it goes on and off fairly easily. I have had no problems whatsoever with it, and recommend it highly. It is about ready for new skids on the front, a decade of use has taken it's toll.
Date published: 2015-06-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 44 inch snow blower John Deere Have 155c tractor- and added this snow plow in Dec 2010 works great! Blows 30-45 feet easily. worth every cent- I do not have to have a snow Plow and payed for itself already this year- have 500 ft paved driveway- clean results- even with ice crusted snow- need to drive slow when 1 foot snow
Date published: 2011-01-23
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