Author Topic: Snow plows: are old (3696) and new (9500) parts compatible?  (Read 80 times)

Offline tahra

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I am missing both front "shovel things" on my old snow plows... (3469 + 3696)...

Are the parts from this new 9500 compatible?

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New: 9500
Old: 3469 + 3696


Missing these: red and black

Replacing with these:
attachment part + shovel, light blue

Wouldn't be perfect, but better than none, I suppose.

Does anyone have this new set, and can see if those are compatible with the old vehicles? I believe those vehicle attachments were standard.
Tahra

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Re: Snow plows: are old (3696) and new (9500) parts compatible?
« Reply #1 on: January 17, 2019, 15:09:12 »
I ordered one last weekend and it should be here next week, and have the old plow as well so if nobody else gets you an answer I will have one for you when it arrives.

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Re: Snow plows: are old (3696) and new (9500) parts compatible?
« Reply #2 on: January 18, 2019, 00:53:02 »
I ordered one last weekend and it should be here next week, and have the old plow as well so if nobody else gets you an answer I will have one for you when it arrives.

Thanks Tiermann ;)

Really have no use for those parts if they don't fit, right? Makes no sense that they changed that standard, but hey, this is playmobil we're talking about, so..   ::)
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Re: Snow plows: are old (3696) and new (9500) parts compatible?
« Reply #3 on: January 18, 2019, 14:16:29 »
This is a question to which I too would like the answer! Those ploughs (plows) for old sets are hard to come by!
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