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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 09-16-2020, 08:02 AM Thread Starter
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Cub Cadet Snow Plow Blade

Hello,

I have two questions, first is hopefully easy. My LT1045 is made in 12/2006. Is this like a car/truck and is a 2007 model or just considered a 2006 and I buy parts for 2006?


-Second, I am looking at purchasing a snow blade kit for my rider. I have looked at the universal kit "Agri-Fab 48 in. Universal Snowblade" and I think dont think I want to go this route.
So I decided I will get the part number Cub Cadet offers for my mower.(190-674) which is pretty much unavailable as a kit. So now I see 190-833 online and people in reviews say it fits their module thats similar to mine and should bolt right up. Is this what you would recommend to purchase?

-Also would I be able to push 4-5 inches of light snow with a blade and tire chains?

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Well I purchased 190-833 online, once its here and cold enough I will update on how it works.

If anyone knows about the question regarding the year let me know.
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MTD plow 190-833 fits great and seems like it will work well. Now its time for some snow
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Usually if there is a change in parts on a model it will be noted with a serial number range that one part was used and additional serial number ranges(s) where another part number was used or it looks like in this case an extended model number. Just make sure you use the additional model extended number when looking up things. Should be a tag someplace with more numbers then just what on the hood. You can see what the possible extended model number might be in the listings at the link below:


https://cc.shankslawn.com/page/cub-cadet-lt1045-parts

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