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Snow Blower Mounting a 42" 1690032 onto a Conquest

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Hi, I have a #1694013 Conquest Tractor and a #1690032 43" Snow Blower and was hoping that someone here could help me determine what mount might work to couple them together successfully. Thanks for your help!

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RayS
Welcome to the club.Your blower (1690032) is the same as the blower (1691522) in the manual below. Just older. The 42" blowers were the same design, they just changed the Mfg. numbers over the years and minor the discharge chute. 1691522 Blower http://bsintek.basco.com/BriggsDocumentDisplay/default.aspx?filename=jgEDGP_duN4tG6Exj7mRgtLvBCd6 To adapt this snowthrower you need a 1693500 or 1692041 Hitch and Service Kit 1686886. The service kit is available at Jacks Small Engine or any Simplicity dealer. The price at Jacks is $230.00 http://www.jackssmallengines.com/searchdb2.cfm The Hitch manual http://bsintek.basco.com/BriggsDocumentDisplay/default.aspx?filename=jgEDGP_dtQ6tG6Exj7mRgtLvBCd6 Your blower is in the manual below. http://bsintek.basco.com/BriggsDocumentDisplay/default.aspx?filename=jgEDGP_byN1tG_Exj7mRgtLvBCd6

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Hi RayS, Thanks for the welcome and great information. Let me apologize for the delay in responding, between wood cutting searching for the parts you provided information on and communicating with other members that have notified me of offers for their parts. This has been the greatest place to ask for help! One of the contacts lead me to a setup for a Broadmoor 1600 series. Does the snow blower hitch for a Broadmoor work on a Conquest? Thanks a gain Ray for your help I'm very grateful! John

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Yes, Below are the Broadmoor 1600 series that the hitch would fit. These numbers are from my Attachment Interchangabilty Manual. The Prestige, Conquest and broadmoor are pretty much the same tractors other than engines, tires and transmissions. 42" Single Stage 1691522 Broadmoor Mfg. No. 1694277 (S) Requires 1692041 Hitch, 1694148 Lift Lever R.S.T. Broadmoor Mfg. No. 1694010 (S) and 1686886 Adapter Kit (Adapt old snow- Broadmoor Mfg. No. 1694009 (S) thrower hitch to 2003 Broadmoor) Also (2) Broadmoor Mfg. No. 1694429 (S) Rear Wheel Weights (1690555) or Weight Carrier System. 1616H Mfg. No. 1694019 (A) Maximum weight added to tractor should 1606H Mfg. No. 1694018 (A) not exceed 31 lbs./wheel plus 100 lbs. in 1616H Mfg. No. 1694465 (A) rear carrier. 1618H Mfg. No. 1694467 (A) 2626H Mfg. No. 1694281 (M) NOTE: Rear weight carrier - 1694156 2616H Mfg. No. 1694028 (M) Suitcase Weight 2606H Mfg. No. 1694027 (M) - 50 lb. - 1692939 2616H Mfg. No. 1694431 (M) - 33 lb. - 1691319 2618H Mfg. No. 1694469 (M) Broadmoor Mfg. No. 1693839 (S) Requires 1692041 Hitch, 1693866 or R.S.T Broadmoor Mfg. No. 1693817 (S) 1691832 Lift Lever, and 1694239 Adapter Broadmoor Mfg. No. 1693600 (S) Kit Manual Lift, also two (2) Rear Wheel Broadmoor Mfg. No. 1693694 (S) Weights (1690555) or Weight Carrier Broadmoor Mfg. No. 1693592 (S) System. Maximum weight added to tractor Broadmoor Mfg. No. 1693580 (S) should not exceed 31 lbs./wheel plus 100 Broadmoor Mfg. No. 1693275 (S) additional pounds in Rear Carrier. . Broadmoor Mfg. No. 1693355 (S) Requires Weight Carrier with minimum Broadmoor Mfg. No. 1693353 (S) 80 lbs. of weight. Broadmoor Mfg. No. 1693351 ( Broadmoor Mfg. No. 1693052 Broadmoor Mfg. No. 1693054 Broadmoor Mfg. No. 1693056 Broadmoor Mfg. No. 1692776 Broadmoor Mfg. No. 1692774 Broadmoor Mfg. No. 1692772 Broadmoor Mfg. No. 1692609 Broadmoor Mfg. No. 1692418 Broadmoor Mfg. No. 1692528 Broadmoor Mfg. No. 1692420 Broadmoor Mfg. No. 1692283 Broadmoor Mfg. No. 1692287 16LTH Mfg. No. 1692071 16LTH Mfg. No. 1691807 Broadmoor Mfg. No. 1692414 Broadmoor Mfg. No. 1692416 Broadmoor Mfg. No. 1692279 Broadmoor Mfg. No. 1692261 Broadmoor Mfg. No. 1692182

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cheken
Ray et al, I too have a 1690032 blower that I recently purchased for my AC716H. It came with two pieces of hardware and I have no idea what they are for. Can you offer any advice as to how to attach this beast? I have a front PTO. Also, I have pictures of the two "extra" pieces but I cannot figure out how to attach to a message. I will be happy to do so with some instruction. Ray: I have gone through a many messages on this subject but have yet to find the magic one that demonstrates what I need. The extra hardware is likely one of the "hitches" that several are calling for. Thank you. KC

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Ken, You need the front hitch a front PTO group in ther pictures above to run the snowblower on a 3300, 3400, 700 & 7000 series tractor. There has been modifications in the past by others to run from the ceter PTO. Do a search of the forums or a archived search and you should find a few post on this topic. Ray

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