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vfd702
Went into my local Simplicity dealer this morning looking for a snowblower hitch for my 7116H. The number he gave me was 1690557. The owner was not there but his help said this is everything you need to mount a blower on a 7100 series. The price was right. thanks ken

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To mount this blower and hitch you don't need any tools. The connections are all hitch pins and spring clips. To install the belt you will need two 9/16 wrenches to loosen the bolt for the belt stop on the idler pulley on the hitch and the belt stop on the tension idler at the center PTO. Takes all of 10 min.to do. After you have done it a couple times should only take 5 min.

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Well not wanting to make anything simple........The blower I have is of well.. unknown manufacture. Actually someone dumped it in our metal graveyard at work and I rescued it from "The Junkies". It has all the brackets and belt for something non AC\Simplicity. It is in real nice shape...and it is white.LOL Think it will be a project of sorts though.

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