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    I have a 1025r with the powerflow bagger and also have the 17p poly cart. It is a huge pain to take the support bar for the bagger off every time I want to use the cart. Actualy the dealer tightened it so much I can't even get it off. Is there some sort of after market hitch that can slide into the tubular portion of the metal that the cart can then attach into?

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    If you look in the vendor section, there is a company that makes an adaptor that turns the bagger into a I match mounted unit.

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    Here's the forum Sawdust was talking about.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dieselshadow View Post
    Here's the forum Sawdust was talking about.
    It is a great solution, but it is not an inexpensive one(about $1100 by my estimates). What I was thinking was something more like a tubular section that can slide into the shaft of the MCS mount.

    Does anyone have any other solutions?

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    I would personally just extend a square tube on back from your mount. There is not a lot of tongue weight on the poly cart. Just make the square tube go in between the bags (I assume there is room) and I would make it pin in place in a manner it will hinge up if you go up an incline and bottom out.
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