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Old 12-27-2017, 07:00 AM
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I posted this for you yesterday in your other thread. This is the list of blower that fit a 1200 according to Cub

190-364-100 45" Snowthrower (IH Design)
190-364-100 Two Stage 45" Blower Frame
H42 Snowthrower Gearbox and Mounting
H42/H48 Snowthrower Electric Chute Control
Haben Snowthrowers H42, H48, H48, H42, 353, 354
Helper Spring SE # over 400,001
QA36A, QA42A Snowthrowers
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JD317 dump truck
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Old 12-27-2017, 10:57 AM
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I posted this for you yesterday in your other thread. This is the list of blower that fit a 1200 according to Cub

190-364-100 45" Snowthrower (IH Design)
190-364-100 Two Stage 45" Blower Frame
H42 Snowthrower Gearbox and Mounting
H42/H48 Snowthrower Electric Chute Control
Haben Snowthrowers H42, H48, H48, H42, 353, 354
Helper Spring SE # over 400,001
QA36A, QA42A Snowthrowers

Kind of.....
Some of the Haban snowthrowers and blowers use some of the same parts blow-outs. They will not all work on the QL tractor. Only the H42 will for sure. The H48, I am uncertain, but it does seem to share all the same parts as the H42, so I think it will, but have seldom even seen an H48 anyway....
The 353/354 was a two stage blower designed for the '82 and up tractors. It's only on the list because it shared a couple part pics with the H42/48. It came out after the sale of CC to MTD. The 353/354 is not included in the IH books.
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Old 12-27-2017, 04:02 PM
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I posted this for you yesterday in your other thread. This is the list of blower that fit a 1200 according to Cub

190-364-100 45" Snowthrower (IH Design)
190-364-100 Two Stage 45" Blower Frame
H42 Snowthrower Gearbox and Mounting
H42/H48 Snowthrower Electric Chute Control
Haben Snowthrowers H42, H48, H48, H42, 353, 354
Helper Spring SE # over 400,001
QA36A, QA42A Snowthrowers
Yep, thanks. Thats where I copied and pasted from. I started another thread only to keep things cleaner for searching. Not 100% on how you folks like things around here yet.
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......Not 100% on how you folks like things around here yet.
With pictures.
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Old 12-31-2017, 02:59 AM
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I have a 1200 that I pushed snow with one year....... Never again! Clutching and shifting, raising and lowering the blade 500 times? Like to killed my arm! I can only imagine raising a blower manually! 1200 is a great cub! Personally I’d find a hydro.
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April 1979 1200 Quietline 44A deck 1988 1211 customized into a 1288 with a K301AQS 38C deck and a 1864 54” deck . Snow blades 42" and 54" . Brinly disk, brinly plow a cultivator and a $5 brinly yard rake!
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We got the 1200 when I was 10. I won't be getting rid of it. Lifting the blade isn't too much of an issue for me. But, the one thing that I hate doing is getting off the tractor and angling the plow.
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Here is another long discussion on why you should own a hydro. or buy a blade and don't worry about creepin'.
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Not I’m not saying get rid of it. Get another cub! Can’t have to many! My blade isn’t power angle either so I understand having to get off to change it. I usually leave mine to the left.
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April 1979 1200 Quietline 44A deck 1988 1211 customized into a 1288 with a K301AQS 38C deck and a 1864 54” deck . Snow blades 42" and 54" . Brinly disk, brinly plow a cultivator and a $5 brinly yard rake!
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https://photos.app.goo.gl/uFf2NYRnyHrNCms52

Got a blade.
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Not I’m not saying get rid of it. Get another cub! Can’t have to many! My blade isn’t power angle either so I understand having to get off to change it. I usually leave mine to the left.
I feel the pricing on alot of these are really pretty reasonable. Some of course are very proud of what there selling and the prices reflect that!
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