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Good Morning All,

Question regarding my new 24 Platinum.
I have 2 J-clips on the left side of my blower that hold the cable for the chute hood (see pics).
Can anyone tell me if I just have an extra? Did your blower come with 2, and if so, can you show me where the second clip should be mounted.

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Probably right underneath this bolt head.



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Probably right underneath this bolt head.
If it were mine that is what I would do.

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Seems to be the logical place.

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Probably right underneath this bolt head.

The bolt with the arrow pointed at it looks like the one for the belt guard . As best I can tell from the pic in the manual , the J clamp is held in by the top bolt to the left of that one in the pic . The bolt you want to use is the second one up from the bottom holding the Chute pedestal .
Page 12 , fig 9 in the owners manual.

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This one then?



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Yep
At least that is what the manual for my 2 foot plat sho says .

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Here is the cable guide location on my machine to confirm what others are saying.

Good luck.

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Thanks to everyone for the info. Think I'll mount via the last pic.

Again, thanks.
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Maybe you should go with what the assembly manual says because I don't think uou want to kink the cable as much.


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