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Can a 42" snowblower from an '85 or '86 Soverign be used on a '92 20 hp Sunstar? The manufacture number on the blower is 1691522 (that is what the seller related to me). My Sunstar mfg. number is 1691953. Thanks for any help. John

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Al
Hi, Hate to be the bearer of sad news, but the Sun Star snowblowers are shaft drive. They have a right angle gearbox built in. Almost with out exception the blower you are looking at will work, with the proper hitch, on any 3400 up to current Sovereign, 4000, 5000, 6000 series as well as the current Regent, Broadmore and Landlord series. The Legacy and Sun Star can use the same snowblowers. Hope I haven't clouded the issue. Good luck, Al

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