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Grass Collection on Simp 5212.5

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I have an 80's Simplicity 5212.5 and was wondering if any of you have used the rear bagger grass collector on one of these. And is it worth a dern? I am thinking of trying to locate one, but can't justify the expense without knowing (or getting positive feedback) that the thing works. Thanks, Billy Jack

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I can't help you out, as to how well they work, because I don't have one either! I have a 1992 12RTG, and just recently, had my dealer call about availability for the rear bagger unit for mine. They still make it! Mebbe since they still have one that'll fit my early '90, they might have one to fit your '80 machine? Might be worth a call. 1992 12RTG

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