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Ronald Hribar

Maybe I should rephrase my question.

is there something wrong with the 46 inch single stage blower?

some weak point or was it just a poor seller?

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RickS

Hi Ron,

I know there is an aftermarket manufacturer of snowblowers that club members have used on Simplicity tractors. I can’t remember the name either Belco or bercomac. From what I remember the snowblowers were two stage and did a very good job.

Sorry I know that isn’t a lot of help but maybe this will jog someone’s memory.

Good luck

Rick.....

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Brettw

I think 42 is as big as they went on the Sovereign Series.  I believe there were 46" for some of the bigger tractors?  Sunstar, Legacy, maybe Prestige?  Others will have to chime in.

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PhanDad
4 hours ago, Brettw said:

I think 42 is as big as they went on the Sovereign Series.  I believe there were 46" for some of the bigger tractors?  Sunstar, Legacy, maybe Prestige?  Others will have to chime in.

I agree with the Sovereign statement, but not sure the 46" was offered for the SunStar. 

There was a 46" offered for the Prestige and I believe the Conquest as well.  Here's a 46" mounted on a Prestige:

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I see them come up for sale occasionally.  

 

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PhanDad
On 2/28/2021 at 2:55 PM, Ronald Hribar said:

Why did Simplicity quit making 46 inch snowblowers?

I'm guessing they consolidated the offerings for cost savings - both inventory and unit manufacturing.  

As you said, I believe they only offer 42" single stage and two stage for all current tractors.  

 

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B10Dave

"price is firm and will go up closer to winter" Wonder why he still has it and had to relist it. Too much then and still high now.

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Brettw
13 hours ago, Ronald Hribar said:

I saw that one.

1100 $$$

Yeah, no question.  I was more pointing out the 46" and the tractors it was for.  At half that price I would have to think real hard about it and really, really have to have a 46" blower.

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