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post #1 of 14 Old 10-26-2010, 11:02 AM Thread Starter
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Replacement bagger chute

Hey all. I am looking for a replacement clear bagger chute. It doesn't have to be new, but this one is cracking where the handle is mounted...

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Re: Replacement bagger chute

Does it have to be clear? If not you might want to check out Lowe's or Home Depot for thin wall sewer/drain pipe. Otherwise propably have to get one from Sears. I wouldn't wait too long, someone said they drop parts after 20 years.
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Re: Replacement bagger chute

I would love to get one from Sears, but I don't know my bagger's model number (or even where to look). It doesn't 'need' to be clear, but I would like to be able to see when it jams up so I can clean it out...

Thanks for the reply, the sewer pipe is a great idea if I can't get the clear...

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Re: Replacement bagger chute

You might try TAP Plastics (The Fantastic Plastics Place!) for your clear tube.

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Re: Replacement bagger chute

I sent them an email with my query - thanks for the tip!

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Re: Replacement bagger chute

You may be better of just ordering it from Searspartsdirect. I just replaced both sections of my 54" bagger chute at a cost of about $140. I didn't like it, but with the fall leaves coming down, I had to have it.
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Re: Replacement bagger chute

I'd love to, but I don't know the model or part number...

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Re: Replacement bagger chute

Model number of which..the tractor or the bagger. If there is a sticker under the seat of the tractor, that will get you a parts list on Sears.com Parts direct section. That parts list, I believe, will also include info on the bagger.

I'm thinking on getting a 'clear' section on one of my baggers, for the same problem...plugging up.
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Re: Replacement bagger chute

Yours looks just like the one on My Murry. Here is the one I bought for it. you can measure yours and see if it measures the same.
Genuine Murray 94954MA Connector Tube for Bagger 24744MA Our Price: $59.27

Murray 94954MA
Fits Models: Fits Murray 38-40-42 Series
Connector Tube for Bagger 24744MA
Length: 31-1/4"
Outside Diameter: 7-1/4" http://www.milfordpower.com/Genuine_...hers_s/506.htm






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Re: Replacement bagger chute

Thanks for the link. My chute is 6" in diameter.

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Re: Replacement bagger chute

I ended up repairing my current tube temporarily with a little painter's tape and duct tape (I ran out of duct tape lol)



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Nice job!

Might outlast the factory jobs you pay big bucks for, nowadays.
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Re: Replacement bagger chute

I just did 8 more bags of leaves when I got home from work; I'd say it's working fine
Now I can look for a 6"x26" acrylic tube in my leisure


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Re: Replacement bagger chute

You might check out this number then. Sears replacement is to this part number. 091967MA It is a Murry number, can't find the dimensions but a Murry parts place should be able to tell you if it is 6" or not.






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