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Hello to all..proud owner of another Simplicity which is in great shape with a new extra hydo unit for $700.00.. Now..what I need to find out is what is the snowblower part number and mount part number I have to look for to use with this? All I know is it is a 36' model. But cannot find any part numbers. Can anyone help me out? Thanks in advance.. Lou8D

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Welcome to the club Lou. The paperwork with my 5215.5 shows the following: 1691521, 36" snowblower ($645 sugg. list, 128 lbs.) requires: 1690556 Hitch ($175 sugg. list, 38lbs) and 1691467 Lift Lever, snowblower/blade ($75 sugg. list, 18 lbs.). Also: 1691522 42" snowblower ($725 sugg. list, 136 lbs) requires the same. This paperwork is copyright August 1, 1988, Simplicity MFG. so I feel the numbers to be correct. Hope this helps....

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