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Old 01-06-2018, 08:15 PM
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Are you saying it won't fit a NF or it didn't come on a NF? I say, "If it fits, it ships!"
Might work on a NF.... but it's not like any NF bracket. I did a bunch of research when you originally asked this question because it's different. I answered these questions already....
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Are you saying it won't fit a NF or it didn't come on a NF? I say, "If it fits, it ships!"
Fits, has many meanings. If I wanted to, a wide frame will fit a narrow frame, and vise versa. A torch will make many things work. But just because it fits, don't make it right.
Especially if it's a NooB looking to buy a correct one, and doesn't know the difference. Pretty shitty attitude. "If it fits, it ships".
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Old 01-07-2018, 10:05 AM
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Fits, has many meanings. If I wanted to, a wide frame will fit a narrow frame, and vise versa. A torch will make many things work. But just because it fits, don't make it right.
Especially if it's a NooB looking to buy a correct one, and doesn't know the difference. Pretty shitty attitude. "If it fits, it ships".
This is the way the internet creates misunderstandings. I'm not try to unload this bracket on someone who doesn't want it, rather I want it to find a good home. It's a good quality bracket that may be hard to come by. Maybe a guy with a dozen blades needs it.

I only have one tractor and I don't need a few of the parts that came with the attachments so I'll trade or sell them. There may be someone out there who needs a bracket just like this and I could help them out or I could throw this in the trash and forget about it.
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Old 01-07-2018, 10:11 AM
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This guy has some big warehouse and sells cubs and parts . Also thanks for the tips I’ll check over all the blades well before I pick one.
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I already told you that wasn't for a NF. It's not like the slotted hole for a NF or a WF. I'm 99.999% sure it's for a manual lift LT. some of the LT's used the same blade, just with a different mount on the back, and different lift bracket.
There’s a different part # (57-217-C1) for lawn tractors in the CPE-2, but no illustration.
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Well I finally found a snowblade. Thanks to Facebook marketplace! I didn’t go to the guy in pa , I found another guy Less than 30 mins from my house a guy was parting out a 129 and sold me the plow for a $100. Little rusty and I need to manufacture a lift rod (or use a ratchet strap) it it fits great! I’ll give it a good sandblast and paint in the spring. I also just redid almost the entire electrical system and got a new seat. Should be good to go now!
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Thanks so much. That’s very helpful and detailed.
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Well I ended up finding a killer deal only 20 miles away on a plow from another 129. I didn’t get a chance to use it this winter (we didn’t have much snow) but I put it on and it fits great. Way less of a pain than trying to modify the other blade. Thanks everyone
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