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ROBBYDOB

B-110 question.

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I have a B-110 outback with a Hydro lift pump identical to the one on my HB-112. Were these called B-110's, or Something else? The tag is unreadable currently for two reason's, lots of paint, and lots of snow between it and me. It's a manual shift, so I would think it's not an HB model. Just wondering. Thanks, Rob

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As the excerpt from the A-C Cross-Reference shows, it was still a B-110, but it came with a different Product Number (MFR Number) if it had factory-installed Hydraulic Lift. The way to tell if it is factory-installed is that it will have a shorter cross-shaft for the lift, which doesn't stick out past the left side of the frame far enough for the manual lift handle. The hydraulic lift was also available as a dealer-installed kit. If that was done, the lift's cross-shaft will stick out past the frame about three inches or so. B-110 2029902 2110 990432 10 HP, ES, ML 1967-68 B-110 2029903 2110 990433 10 HP, ES, PL 1967-68

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