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Whoops...forgot something in my last post. There's a rear lift and rod from a B-series on e-bay at the moment (item # 2328098917). Fixing up this 3416 for my compadre and it's lacking a rear lift...a bad thing since his immediate need is tilling. The 3416 uses a cable (I think) rather than the rod like my "B", but is the lift quadrant the same? Could build one, but if it's the right piece it would be a durn sight easier to just get the one on e-bay. Thanks

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There are at least a couple of differences, but I'm not sure when they occurred. 1) Some left collars are "stepped" to allow for the larger hole. 2) Some cable lifts used the "old" style lift (chain lift), some used the "new" style lift with the extra hole (clevis lift).

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