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Late fall mulching with snow cab at the ready.......
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I had the Kohler 16 HP Command
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Yeah, so cold today when mulch mowing the yard, it was only a mere 75° F. Can't hardly wait for the 90's to come back in a couple of months!
 
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Yeah, so cold today when mulch mowing the yard, it was only a mere 75° F. Can't hardly wait for the 90's to come back in a couple of months!
Time for the winter woolies!
 

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There are a lot of different Broadmoor models...if you can get the information from the side of the hood, you would be able to find out which one you have and what attachments go with it...I have found that the attachments are really model specific...they do not interchange too much..then you just look on Face Book, Craigslist or Ebay...your luck in finding one depends where you are in the country....Simplicity seems a lot more popular in the Midwest than any other part of the country from what I can figure out
 

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There are a lot of different Broadmoor models...if you can get the information from the side of the hood, you would be able to find out which one you have and what attachments go with it...I have found that the attachments are really model specific...they do not interchange too much..then you just look on Face Book, Craigslist or Ebay...your luck in finding one depends where you are in the country....Simplicity seems a lot more popular in the Midwest than any other part of the country from what I can figure out
the serial is 61542 and the mfg # is 1692664
 
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