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42 IH Cub Cadet Snow Plow. Fits what models?

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Posted by Billy M. on November 06, 2005 at 12:52:12 from (

I have a snow plow blade (including undercarriage) which was removed from a 1980 Model 1200 International Harvester Cub Cadet machine, and I would like to know all of the models which this plow will fit. A photo can be seen at .

From the limited research I have done, I believe the Model 1200 machine is classified as having a "Wide Frame". Referring to a table I came across at , all of the following models are listed as having a Wide Frame:

86 - 108 - 109 - 128 - 149 - 169 - 129,

800 Cadet,

1000 - 1200 - 1250 - 1450 - 1650,

482 - 582 - 682 - 782 - 982 .

I am planning on advertising to sell the unit shortly, and I think it will be better to list all of the models that it will fit, otherwise I run the risk of having the unit overlooked by a potential buyer who may know what model machine he owns, but has no clue whether it is wide frame or narrow frame. Obviously, I want to verify that the unit will truly fit any models I list.

My question: Will the blade that fits a Model 1200 fit all of the Cub Cadet Models with Wide Frames as listed above?

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