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Go to the IH cub cadet tractor forum, third thread down, CC manuals, blades and plows, Front 42 blade Op. manual 1.
Download that for all you need to know. ;)
 
I believe I have the correct forum. I finally have most of my Model 60 refurbished, not restored. I left the engine mostly as is as it ran before teardown. No sense “kicking a sleeping dog”. You can compare to my avitar. What’s left is attaching the blade.
 

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I put a rubber wear strip on my snow blade and have never been happier with how it squeegees the snow off the pavement while being gentle to the pavement too.
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RubberWearStrip.com is where I got it, and it came pre-drilled to match the bolt pattern of the snow blade. Even came with hardware. I can’t imagine a better value for the dollar in a snow blade upgrade.
 
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