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I bought this dozer blade uses and cant figure out how to attach it to my tractor. Is there a mounting bracket that bolts onto the tractor? Are there any pictures of this or an installation manual with a parts list?

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You can go to sears.com and lookup the tractor part number and snow blade part number and they will show you all the brackets and attachments needed. Also the site will show all tractors that the snowblade will fit. Hope This Helps Don

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