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planetery hi low option

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FastPaul
I diden't know this,but the 82 year old local Simplicity dealer I was talking to today told me that the hi low was a dealer option.They installed them for the use of the snowthrower he also told me good luck finding one,but i'll still be looking

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D-17_Dave
Can't vouch for the statement of dealer only options, but they were "an option" and easily attached. IMO they were well built and did a good job. As far as availiability goes, they are out there but most often you have to wait till someone parts out a tractor to find one.

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D-17_Dave
depending on condition they normally go for between 200-300. Ron, there is a diff. between the 2 speeds from the round hooded and 100/200 series tractors and the setup's for the small framed Broadmore and 207/208 series. And they arer'nt interchangeable.

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