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I am correct in assuming there is suppose to be a gap between the mount and the frame holes of the tractor where the model 19250 push bars mount to the rear of a gtx tractor. I just got this blower and push bars and noticed the rear of the push bars have about a 1/2 inch gap. I do not have the latch brackets for it. so I guess the bracket would take up the spacing. can anyone help who has a troy bilt or bolens tractor thanks
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Welcome torroo.
Most members here have walk behind blowers. You may have more luck over at
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Is this the push bar you are referring to?

http://sonnys_bolens.tripod.com/manu...ents/19250.pdf
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yes. I have a troy bilt 1996-97 model. the push bars I have are that model and they about a 1/2 in gap between the latch ends and the 2 supports that come down off the tractor frame. is this due to the latch bracket takes up that space?
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