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Well with many thanks to all that helped with my tiller drive pulley questions and to Bunky for selling me the tiller last fall, I was able to get the garden tilled this weekend. All the work I did on the tiller and the tractor sure paid off. It was such a joy watching the tractor work. The weld-a-hub pulleys and belt release brackets I made from drawings posted here worked great. The only issues I had were the belt lengths which by the way I used a 44" from the 5 1/2" tiller drive to tiller, and a 63" from the 10" tiller drive to the 3" on the tractor, a lot of trial and error there. I thought OEM lengths were 42 and 56 but I may have looked at the wrong chart. Thanks again to everyone who gave input. Brian

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