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I was directed to your site from a gentleman on Ebay. I am trying to sell a blower that's needs some parts. I have 2 snappers. I am working on the first one I recently bought up in St. Louis. I had a bear of a time with the electrical but it's only the front pto switch that's bad. I am waiting for head gaskets and intake gaskets. It came with a big mower deck and the blower. I also got a bucket of parts I have no idea what they are
 

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The parts are mower deck mounting and lifting and a link for lifting the snow blower.
 

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Welcome to GTTalk. Those 1855s are a great tractor. That video is a revelation for anyone who has struggled to remove a wheel, which is probably most of us. The right tool for the job makes all the difference.
 

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Hi

Welcome to GTT

Those 4 "U" shaped brackets (pic5) look like holders for cultivator teeth. Everything

else is mounting hardware for deck of blower. Except that pc of 1/2" angle (pic5). not

sure about that.
 

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Welcome.

The 4 triangle type shpaed bracekts re the frame mounts for the mowing deck.

I would guess the large springs are assist springs for the snow blower.

Shoot me a PM with your email, I can try to email the 3 manuals and parts lists I have for the 1855
 

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Most owners of these blowers don't know it until it happens to them but under that half shield is a jackshaft that is not available anywhere making it worth some cash and the bearing to the jackshaft new is 50 bucks If I didn't have 3 of these already I would take it just for the parts you can find the parts breakdown for these in partstree under attachment to the 1855
 
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