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    Help confirming a part number - Angling Kit for 1025R with Rotary Broom

    I need to confirm the part number on a quick hitch angling kit for my 1025R. I have a 52" QH rotary broom, but my quick hitch needs the angling kit. I believe it is part number LVB26108. Can anyone confirm?

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    I believe you are correct. I just purchased a 54" blade to add to my QA. I have the 47"QA snow blower set up, and the salesman ordered that part number as my angling kit..
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    Yep. The same kit that's used with the 54" plow. LVB26108
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    So what are you using your broom for? Just curious about those things.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JamesCE View Post
    So what are you using your broom for? Just curious about those things.

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    My guess is for snow.
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    Actually my main desire is for thatching my lawn, but I also have a very large driveway for snow removal. I have the 54" QH snowblower - which I will use of the first time today - but for the little snows, I have heard the broom works really well.

    The broom wasn't top on my priority list, but a chance search on Craigslist landed me a 52" QH broom with the extra wheel kit, never used!! for $1600. I couldn't pass it up. Literally never used - the ends of the bristles were still bright yellow with no dirt!

    I missed a LVB26108 on eBay last night for $187 so I will keep looking...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jiddru View Post
    Actually my main desire is for thatching my lawn, but I also have a very large driveway for snow removal. I have the 54" QH snowblower - which I will use of the first time today - but for the little snows, I have heard the broom works really well.

    The broom wasn't top on my priority list, but a chance search on Craigslist landed me a 52" QH broom with the extra wheel kit, never used!! for $1600. I couldn't pass it up. Literally never used - the ends of the bristles were still bright yellow with no dirt!

    I missed a LVB26108 on eBay last night for $187 so I will keep looking...
    The angle kit part number is definitely LVB26108.
    See Mutton's price listing below.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jiddru View Post
    Actually my main desire is for thatching my lawn, but I also have a very large driveway for snow removal. I have the 54" QH snowblower - which I will use of the first time today - but for the little snows, I have heard the broom works really well.

    The broom wasn't top on my priority list, but a chance search on Craigslist landed me a 52" QH broom with the extra wheel kit, never used!! for $1600. I couldn't pass it up. Literally never used - the ends of the bristles were still bright yellow with no dirt!

    I missed a LVB26108 on eBay last night for $187 so I will keep looking...
    The brooms are great for lawn dethatching, but you'll quickly learn that they are perfect for light snows up to 3 inches. I use the blower and then follow with final clean up with the broom. You got a great deal. Good luck with your search.
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