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I got this 42 inch snow blower for free and it was made for a 300 series Allis Chalmers. The housing the hitch mounts to was to short to work on my 917H so I had to lenghten it by 4 inches and make some other brackets as well. I got all the measurements to lenghten it from a friend and am about to the point of trying it out. I will need to pick up a belt for it tomorrow. It`s amazing what you can do with a sawzall (reciprocating saw). Hopefully it will quit raining by the time I get it done. Will post more pictures as I get it done. I used this piece of 2 X 6 steel tubing for the metal to lenghten the blower.

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Hi Nice work so far Ray!, I am looking forward to seeing it in action on your AC 917H. MPH: Yeah, I am also hoping it turns back to snow up here as well, it started raining again after I was done blowing on Friday, and now the snow is melting again. Take Care Jason B

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