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Quick Attachment for Rear Mounted Leaf Blower

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john.knutson

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Picked this and a couple misc parts up off Craigslist today. I can't find anything online or on ccmanuals.info about this specific attachment, is anyone here familiar with this?

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The Gentleman I bought it from said he had a 106, and I plan to use it as a base for a rear mounted 5 gallon bucket holder, but I am curious about the implement which this originally came off.
 

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Hmmm, interesting. No idea what it might be off of.
 

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I'll check to see if it might fit on the front of my 107, perhaps he meant front-mount leaf blower which I have seen videos of.
 

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The narrow end might be sized to snap into the lower lift bracket for the rear lift. Not sure how that would work though. Here's a photo of the one on my Original, the bottom bracket would be the same for any of the IH Cub Cadets.

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The narrow end might be sized to snap into the lower lift bracket for the rear lift. Not sure how that would work though. Here's a photo of the one on my Original, the bottom bracket would be the same for any of the IH Cub Cadets.

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This is what I was hoping for, but the width of the narrow end is exactly that of the lower mount brackets, so it won't fit "between". I think the rods are thicker than the holes on the lower mount as well.

It might fit on the front Quick Attach, I am going to check into that further next time I go out to the garage. I am taking the Cub apart a bit anyway to install a Bosch coil and a transdenser that I purchased from Kirk engines.
 

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The narrow end might be sized to snap into the lower lift bracket for the rear lift. Not sure how that would work though. Here's a photo of the one on my Original, the bottom bracket would be the same for any of the IH Cub Cadets.

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Turns out it is too wide for the QA up front as well. I wonder what the heck it attached to!

I can email the guy via Craigslist possibly, he still had some parts for a snowthrower for sale. As far as I know a 106 is very similar to my 107 but gear drive, is that correct? Any major differences with the QA?
 

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Turns out it is too wide for the QA up front as well. I wonder what the heck it attached to!

I can email the guy via Craigslist possibly, he still had some parts for a snowthrower for sale. As far as I know a 106 is very similar to my 107 but gear drive, is that correct? Any major differences with the QA?
You are correct, a 106 and a 107 are the same basic chassis, main difference is the 106 is gear drive, 107 is hydrostatic drive. QA is the same.
 

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