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ID: 1   Posted

can anyone tell me what model 6 6212 6 snowblower fits?.

here's the pics.

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Snowthrower 37" 1970-1973 6-6212 1-stage Basic unit Requires 6-9111, 6-9112 or 6-9113 completing pkg for long frame tractors.

Your completeing package is 6-9111 or 6-9112. The 6-9113 fits the front quick hitch first used in 1973.

Your ID plate shows a 6 following the 6-6212. Subtract 5 from 6 = 1971 model year.

Garry

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ID: 3   Posted

garry

thanks.

ya i found out the hard way that it won't fit my tractors(c-120 and a 414-8) :woohoo: .

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No point in :woohoo: when you can either rework the existing hitch on the thrower or install the "correct" one to work with the Attach-Matic front hitch. :D

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ID: 5   Posted

TT thanks but i think i'm gonna get rid of a bunch of stuff and just get the correct and bigger blower for my 414-8.

the one i have i got with some other stuff and thought it would work.

oh'well i'm learning every day.

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ID: 6   Posted

With the exception of gauge wheels vs. skids, the thrower you have isn't really much different then the newer ones. It's also the widest single-stage you'll find - you just need the extension plates ("wings") to make it 42".

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I know it's entirely your decision, but (other than cosmetics) your thrower looks to be in decent condition - and you already own it. :woohoo:

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ID: 7   Posted

TT that's true i do already have it and it is in good shape mechanically.

where can i get the correct hook up to use it on my 414-8.

are they available new or would i have to search for a used one?.

maybe i could find one used and trade some stuff for it.

thanks for your input and knowledge on this.

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