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snow blower for a deutz allis 1816V

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formbergm
I have a Deutz Allis model 1816V. Sorry I mistakenly had 616. It is a hydrostatic drive with a 48" deck and a 16HP vanguard twin. I'm looking for a snow blower attachment. I'm aware this machine is really a Simplicity. What I'm wondering is what model snow blower will fit on this tractor? I found a 36 inch one off a Simplicity 6216, the snow blower is model# 1690547. Will this fit? I got kinda confused when I was looking at the reference chart comparing Simplicity to Deutz. Could someone enlighten me? Thanks, Mike

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gregc
Welcome Mike! You got it, that'll fit. Hitch should be the same for both tractors. http://www.simplicitytechpubs.com/6767PRINT/PDF_files/TP_100_1676_00_AT_S.pdf

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gregc
The easiest way would be to use EMPARTweb Electronic Parts Catalog through this link: http://www.jackssmallengines.net/partsf2.asp You will need the MFG number for your tractor.

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quantico
I found two of them on ebay a year ago, I decided that the 36 inch was better for my needs and sidewalks. The thing moves snow pretty well, but I have almost no steering while pushing the blower forward. I don't have chains, and purchased ag tires. With my big butt I have no problems getting thru even deep snow. I paid about 200 dollars for my blower and think I got a great deal. I had to rig a one inch wide piece of scrap steel to lift and drop the blower as I could not find the spring lift rod that was really needed. The flat steel lifts ok , but does not put any downward pressure on the blower housing like the actual correct part does. It makes a pretty good snow blower.

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