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04-13-04, 07:32 AM   #1  
Bagger

Does anyone know where i might find a bagging setup for a 15 year old front engine 33" snapper rider. I'm mainly looking for the shroud that fits on the deck, i think i can fabricate the rest. Thanks alot

 
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04-13-04, 09:53 AM   #2  
Contact your Murray manufacturer and give them your model number and see if they can help you with that. Or you could go to your local small engine repair shop and give them your model number. One of them should be able to direct you to a good bagger for your mower.

 
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04-13-04, 11:36 AM   #3  
You will need to see a Snapper dealer!!! Log on to www.snapper.com and click on dealer locator near the top of the opening page. You will need a model as well as a serial number when you contact a dealer. If no dealer is in your area, give me these #'s and I can help you out.

 
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04-13-04, 11:43 AM   #4  
OOPS. I am sorry. I thought you said yours was a Murray. I misread your post. But the rest is the same though.

 
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04-13-04, 11:56 AM   #5  
That would be very helpful if i had the part # for the deck shroud. This mower is a model LT 11000 serial# 33144743. Thanks puey61.

 
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04-13-04, 02:48 PM   #6  
It's in the bag

The adapter for the deck is part#19912. The kit #'s (complete) are as follows: Standard tranny - 60946, Hydro - 60913. Check with your local supplier for prices and availability. If you choose to fabricate the framework yourself, just don't forget to add the lifts to the blades so that they will push the grass uphill to the bags.

 
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