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Lawn Vacuum/Cyclone Rake

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RandyP
I just saw an ad for a Cyclone Rake and it looks exactly like what I need. I requested information, and then saw the fine-print: only for right-side discharge mowers. What's up with that? I looked at other brands like Trac-Vac and the one at northerntool.com, and they all have the same restriction. Does anyone know of a left-side vac? Or have any experience with a conversion? It doesn't seem like it should be too difficult, but with a 1000-1500 dollar investment I'd like to be sure. Randy 912H

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