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Bunky

Rear Lift on B112...

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Bunky
I have a B112 and I want to put a Rear lift on it, I got the Rear Tube but I'm in the need of a rear lift arm... But my Question is How does the rear lift arm go on the Back under the seat??? How does the rear seat lift and rest with the rear lift??? Maybe I need a special tube?????

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gregc
Brian, Maybe these pics will help. There should be no problem with the operation of the seat. [img]http://www.simpletractors.com/images/1968_ac/feature_4.jpg[/img] [img]http://www.simpletractors.com/images/1968_ac/feature_9.jpg[/img]

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Bunky
Does anyone know the length of the rod?? My tractor is a Variable so it's probably longer, then the non variable tractors????? My concern with the seat is that when you lift it up does it rest on the lift rod?????

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Originally posted by Bunky
Does anyone know the length of the rod?? My tractor is a Variable so it's probably longer, then the non variable tractors????? My concern with the seat is that when you lift it up does it rest on the lift rod?????
Its not the lift rod but the lift arm itself. The arm has to be in the down position to raise the seat.

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Originally posted by Bunky
Ok I see now.. BLT Is the rod you have off a Variable speed tractor?????????
No it came from straight B10 three speed. I suspect it might be shorter then what you want by a couple of inches. They are easy to make. I made two spares for my 3112H as I was always bending them with the tiller. Now that I have figured out on how to use the tiller and float on the hydraulics, I have two spares.

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Dave-Saratoga
boy is it your lucky day- i just happen to have the vari-speed b-112 lift arm. don't have it here so i can't measure it - do know it is longer than a b-110 lift arm and it has an adjustable yoke on one end to fine tune the settings. dave

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Bunky
Your right Dave it was my lucky Day I went up the road from here to a guy that Does small engine repair and he had one laying around froma 3210V that he parted out.... Thanks everyone....

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