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so i have an hb212. was looking to get a snowblower for it. found a couple 3 belt models. anyone have any opinions or comments on what to get or what not to get or why. or if you live around indianapolis and want to sell one. any help would be appreciated. thanks

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Three belts are hard to give away, and take some work to attach. If you find one for the B series it will have the clutch on the hitch and a rod to the seat to turn on and off. I do not know if a 212 will handle a 42" or not, but will do a 36". The main part is the hitch but the driven pully is also smaller.

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