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Welcome from Manitoba. I'm a wee bit jealous of TWO loaders - though I couldn't dedicate my 149 to one attachment. I've got a 50" deck, tiller (rebuilt), 42" thrower with a mount kluged together by previous owner to convert from narrow frame, and a very good condition parts thrower, no mount, but actually better condition than the one I'm using. (Though, this year, haven't put it on yet .) I think IH Cadets weren't as popular in Manitoba, though I did see a 1650 at an auction several years ago.
Photos are really needed to fully appreciate your equipment.

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