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I need an owners manual or pictures to show how to assemble and mount the rototiller, grooming mower, and sicklebar mower. I have all the parts, I think, but can't seem to get them together. Things like lifting link hookups, belt drive arrangement, and how does the belt tightener fo together.

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Each attachment had different operator's manuals that showed how to assemble and connect them. The operator's manual for the sicklebar is at the link below. It's the only one that I have converted to HTML at this point....[A href='http://www.simpletractors.com/operation/46_sickle_bar.htm']http://www.simpletractors.com/operation/46_sickle_bar.htm[/a]

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