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.
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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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.
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.
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.