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    2001 Lt133

    hi there. i just aquired a 2001 Lt133 with a 38" deck. its all in great shape. i've been looking on line and i can't seem to find out if JD made a snow blower attachment for this model. if so where can i get one and what should i expect to pay? thanks.

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    Well Ed, with just a quick look at JDParts I am seeing that you are out of luck. It does not list a snow blower for this unit. Although, you have the option of a 42", 44", & 46" front blades.
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    Deere did not offer a blower for the older LT series as they did not think the frame and transaxle were strong enough for one. They did offer a snow blade though. Bercomac sold a blower for the LT line, but they don't recommend it for a LT133: http://www.bercomac.com/products_sno...or_Tractor.php

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    BTW, I have the TM if you want a copy - I can email it to you.

    Attached below is the year 2000 brochure for the LT series.
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    thanks guys. heres my e-mail edspinella AT optonine.net has anyone seen a lt133 push snow...anygood?

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    The manual is on it's way unless your email can't handle 25 mb.

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    Quote Originally Posted by T-Mo View Post
    The manual is on it's way unless your email can't handle 25 mb.
    not sure if you had a chance to send it...but i didnt receive it yet. i assume my e-mail can handled it. thanks, looking foward to some good reading.

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    I sent it and I didn't recieve an email saying it didn't go through like I normally would have. Maybe you can register for a gmail account (it's free) and I know it can handle up to 25 mb.

    I would put it here, but due to copyright laws I'm hesitant to do so as this site could get into hot water with Deere's lawyers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by T-Mo View Post
    I sent it and I didn't recieve an email saying it didn't go through like I normally would have. Maybe you can register for a gmail account (it's free) and I know it can handle up to 25 mb.

    I would put it here, but due to copyright laws I'm hesitant to do so as this site could get into hot water with Deere's lawyers.
    thanks for trying, i didnt receive it. i'll try opening a gmail account. i'll let you know when i do.

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    I would put it in this thread, but I don't want to expose this site to Deere's lawyer team. I'm pretty sure I can put brochures here, but not manuals that Deere still sells. They have a big, and good lawyer team that protects their copyrighted material.

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