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720 lights and tiller

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Is there a source for under the fender lights for the 720 A-C series? It says Guide and R62 on the lens. I was thinking that maybe some A-C equipment of the same general mfg. time (1986) would have used the same lights. Like the Gleaner combine? Also, does any company make a Cat. 0, 3 pt. tiller w 2000 rpm and correct PTO shaft drive that will fit the 720? Or do I need to find an A-C one? Thanks much. :)

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MPH
Someome here recently scored guide light off a Gleaner combine. According to my brother, any or at least most cat0 3 pts were 2000rpm. His JD 420 was as were the JD 300 series. Not sure if the pto would match up. I'd guess Bolens and likely Wheel horse of the same age were too.

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I am also after a tiller for my powermax. I do know for sure that a JD tiller will work. The older JD tractors had the female, 15 spline PTO also. Our local JD dealer has a tiller right now for sale, but they want $1500 for it. (!) I was told that older Snapper tillers were set up the same, but I have not been able to confirm it. All the new 2000 RPM tillers out there today need the PTO shaft on the tractor to be a male 8 spline. I am thinking about making a PTO adaptor so one of the newer tillers would work.

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I got a snapper tiller this past year and it is the same w/ a cat-O hitch and the correct spline shaft, w/ 2000 rpm gearbox w/ abiult in slip clutch. It's much lighter than the simplicity tiller so it probably doesn't go as deep the first pass when working. However it is much easier to hook up and does a great job. Plus the price I paid for it reflected the diff. in size. ie, I didn't pay as much for it as I would have for the larger simplicity model. If you want I can snap a few pics of it so you know what to look for.

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