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RayS
I am pretty sure there was a low speed pulley kit for a B 10. I have downloaded from the Simplicity site before. You will have to find the diameter of that pulley. I think that it was 8 inches. Ray

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RayS
Also here is a site where you can by pulleys and maybe someone can make this a link for all to see. www.phoenix-mfg.com/default.htm . After I paid my dealer 2 years ago 2-3 times more than I liked I found this site. They are probably where Simplicity gets there pulley`s from. It is a nice site with all different size pulleys. Ray

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PatRarick
Standard pulley was 6" in diameter. The low speed pulley was an 8". For a time, there was also a 10" pulley for lower speed yet. I prefer the 10" pulley for tilling. Pat

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KenK
I had a 9" pulley on my B-1 with a 32" tiller and 10" extentions.I was constantly clutching on the first pass,on the second pass is was just the right speed.I have since mounted a HD36" tiller on the HB-112 with hydro lift.This is the only way to go,I'm in heaven.;):D

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ka9bxg
I did'nt know that they went up to a 9" pulley. I do have the 8" on my wonderboy 700 and it works O K I would like the tiller to go a little faster to break up the soil better as that clay does not like to grind up well but it grows dam good onions and straw berrys.Just a few more months of all this snow (HI HI) and I will be eating more of those great straw berrys again.Bob

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