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I wouldn't bank on that. I believe that your 116 tractor uses a model 82 blower and the early 100's use the model 81.

However..... I still think that you might want to own that one for the tractor itself. It could be any one of these models 107, 108, 117 or 118. Not an outrageous price to pay if the hood is in good shape and the tractor is complete in all respects.
 

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Hydriv said:
I wouldn't bank on that. I believe that your 116 tractor uses a model 82 blower and the early 100's use the model 81.

However..... I still think that you might want to own that one for the tractor itself. It could be any one of these models 107, 108, 117 or 118. Not an outrageous price to pay if the hood is in good shape and the tractor is complete in all respects.
Tom, that is not a 107, 117 or 118.... there is a gear shift sticking out of the frame... Plus the 107 had different rear fenders... therefore it is a 108..... :thumbsup:
 

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I have to admit that snowcaster kind of has my eye...on my new xc it would fit perfectly...
I have a snowcaster for you for sale that should work on yours. It's a 1985 I think. It may be in the classified section still. Make me a reasonable offer. I just want it gone. :thumbup:
 

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Hydriv said:
Thanks Dave,
I wasn't about to give myself eyestrain to figure that out. :sidelaugh:
No problem Tom, anything to help out, my younger eyes know what to look for ..I have had my daughter's 108 down to the bare frame, so I kinda know those tractors from the "inside out" :sidelaugh: :sidelaugh: :sidelaugh:
 

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Yes it's a 108. The snowblower is new and never been used. It does not have the original engine. It has enough parts missing, but it ran and mowed grass last year somehow. lol The hood was included, but appears to have been cut on one side for clearance. Not sure I got a deal or not, but they are hard to find. I think I can start a restoration on it in about 3 years. lol
I will have lots of questions in the near future since I have no experience with these little dudes. ;)
 

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Congratulations. I still would like one someday. I am glad you got it. The worse they are the more of a challenge they present. And when you have it completed you will know that 95% of the guys out there wouldn't have even attempted it.
 
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