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Does anyone have a owners manual for the snow blade for the Eliminator series. Just got my 1668 last week, but no manuals. Trying to figure out if I have all the parts and how to attach it. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
 

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I used to have a 1668 and a snow blade. I still have the manual. You can find another copy of it in the manuals section of this site. (it is located in the bar on the top of the web page) It is called Snow Blade Attachment 42 inch # 18305 I gave you a short cut....click on the address below

http://gardentractor...n-snowbladepdf/

there is also a manual for your tractor in the manuals section

Those are great tractors. That is a good motor in it. Mine had a 16 hp briggs in it.
 

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bhts - Blade has been painted over several times. It's 42" wide and I'm trying to find out how to properly attach the lift tube to the tractor.

JBBR - Thanks. I've already downloaded the parts manual. Looking for the owners manual.
 

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Alright, I didn't have too much time to get the plow attached. Did however quickly pull up to it with the lift tube under the tractor. Discovered that I don't have a clevis pin to use, minor issue. But looking at how it would attach, I'm a bit confused as how it actually would lift the plow. Mine has the hydraulic lift, the holes where the tube will attach is towards the rear of tractor in the up position. Wouldn't this actually lower the plow? Is the lift cylinder extended or retracted in the up position? Thanks
 
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