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Old 12-29-2021, 03:23 PM
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Should have? They were available, sure, but you can mount a QA42A to a 2182 as well. As I said in the comment you responded to, mine is a QA42A, NOT the 2-stage 451/551.
Needs to have, if you wish it to work correctly.

The 2182 has a smaller diameter PTO pulley which will not spin your snow thrower fast enough to work properly.

I'm not saying you can't cobble it together, but it wasn't meant to be.
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Old 12-29-2021, 04:09 PM
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For years all my dad had on ours was a length of chain and two small clevis on each end.

I purchased a lift rod this year want to try it out. Think it was 28” for my 1250
For quite a few years I had a lift rod for my snowplow that was about 6" too short. I used a piece of light chain to extend it. Worked OK but it allowed the plow to float.

Last year I decided to do away with the chain and added a length of threaded rod to my short rod, along with a pair of couplings and lock nuts. Now I finally have a one piece rod. Works OK and now I can do a little light grading on dirt with the plow too.
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Old 12-29-2021, 09:50 PM
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Needs to have, if you wish it to work correctly.

The 2182 has a smaller diameter PTO pulley which will not spin your snow thrower fast enough to work properly.

I'm not saying you can't cobble it together, but it wasn't meant to be.
I'm so sick of wrong advice that wasn't asked for on this site. I didn't ask for your advice, and you're incorrect about the use of a QA42A with my 2182. But thanks for the unnecessary aggravation.

"Unsolicited advice is usually more about the needs of the giver than the receiver."
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Old 12-30-2021, 08:58 AM
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I'm so sick of wrong advice that wasn't asked for on this site. I didn't ask for your advice, and you're incorrect about the use of a QA42A with my 2182. But thanks for the unnecessary aggravation.

"Unsolicited advice is usually more about the needs of the giver than the receiver."
There's nothing incorrect about a 451 or 551 blower being the only factory options for a 2182, as originally stated.

https://www.cubcadet.com/en_US/servi...parts#diagrams
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There's nothing incorrect about a 451 or 551 blower being the only factory options for a 2182, as originally stated.

https://www.cubcadet.com/en_US/servi...parts#diagrams
JUST STOP.
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JUST STOP.
Do you run a 44C deck on your 2182 as well?

The reason I comment is so in 3 years when a random guy googles this, he doesn't go buy the wrong blower and get disappointed from your...advice. I can make dang near anything fit on whatever tractor, but it doesn't mean I should
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Do you run a 44C deck on your 2182 as well?

The reason I comment is so in 3 years when a random guy googles this, he doesn't go buy the wrong blower and get disappointed from your...advice. I can make dang near anything fit on whatever tractor, but it doesn't mean I should
You don't actually know anything about the setup, so just stop. Please.
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