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beuce
Wondering if anyone knows where I may be able to pick up the 10 and 5 1/2 inch pulleys used on this tiller drive, part # 8 and 15: http://www.simpletractors.com/parts/tiller/tiller_drive.htm Called my local dealer and they said Simplicity does not make them anymore and I am having a hard time finding pulleys with such a big center hole... Thanks

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Dutch
If push comes to shove, get a Weld-a-Hub setup. Those are the seperate hubs and sheaves. They are relatively cheap. I keep an assortment on hand for repairs, experimenting, and retrofitting.

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beuce
I have never heard of Weld-a-Hub pulleys. I searched the internet and found the maker G&G Manufacturing, but their on-line catalog is not up yet. Where did you guys pick these up at? Local hardware?

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thedaddycat
Another place to try is an electric supply house. They have tons of stuff like bushings, bearings, and pulleys along with normal electrical supplies..... I got a 6" taper-lock pulley for my Sweepster at one here...

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toad270
I found the right size pulley for my tiller PTO but what is the difference between 5L or B type belts and 4L or a type belts and witch one do I need? For my early B10

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