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dshapiro

b10 mower deck

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Read this section: http://www.simpletractors.com/models/b_series/1966_cat/b-10_%26_b-12.htm Then take your MFG# and visit www.Simplicity.com.... ALL the manuals are available and you will be surprised how many "NEW" parts are still available for mower decks and your tractor. Also look at all the vendors Kent has gotten to advertise. This is a CLUB and ADVERTISER supported site. Welcome.

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It's on the serial number plate, but if you can't find it you can compare other tractors on this site. The B10 was made from new in 1963 to around 66/67, but there are two or three models. There is the early B10,late B10 and then the "Big Ten"... which might not be considered a B10. The early has the 9hp engine the later has the 10hp engine. The later is the same as the Landlord 101. I believe the Big Ten is equivalent to the 2010 Landlord. I like the look of the B10, I've got one or two... Again welcome... post a picture of your machine.

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Hi Don,Most the ID tag are behind the seat or on the dash tower.If it is one of the older ones.If I remember right on the Simplicity site to get a manual you will need a Simplicity MFG# to get a manual.Most of the decks are fairly easy to install.But what model do you have that may help us to help u a little better.Just my thought Tony

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Cool! Thanks.
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Originally posted by gregc
The Big Ten is equivalent to the Landlord 101 and the late B10 is equivalent to the 2010.

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All MFG #'s are 990xxx or 1690xxx. Really the exact number MFG#'s will not matter at first, but it's good to have those as you work through your machine. Take a good look at the links on this site and if you can add photographs of your machine many people enjoy this hobby and will help you. For now, use 990350 (mfg# for a landlord tractor) as a manufacturer number at the simplicity corporation site and the operators manual should be sufficient for your initial question you presented in this post.
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thanks, the only # i could find under the seat was 026958, could that be it?

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quote:
Originally posted by dshapiro
thanks, the only # i could find under the seat was 026958, could that be it?
That number is the serial number. If it says Model B10 on the sticker it is an early model B10. Here are some manuals that should help you: [url="http://www.simplicitytechpubs.com/6767PRINT/PDF_files/TP_400_3773_00_XX_A.pdf"]PARTS MANUAL - B1, B10, B12 Big Ten Wheel Tractors [/url] [url="http://www.simplicitytechpubs.com/6767PRINT/PDF_files/TP_100_1280_00_AT_S.pdf"]42" Rotary Mower[/url] [url="http://www.simplicitytechpubs.com/6767PRINT/PDF_files/TP_100_3626_00_LL_S.pdf"]OPERATOR'S MANUAL - Landlord riding tractor [/url] [url="http://www.simplicitytechpubs.com/6767PRINT/PDF_files/TP_500_3478_00_LT_A.pdf"]B Series Service Manual[/url]

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Don, besides getting the manual perhaps you could explain what difficulty you are having and we can help you troubleshoot it before you get the manuals. For example its easy to accidently twist the belt from the power take off the wrong way and wind up having the blades turn backward. or you may have the wrong bail assy. (the tube assy on the top of the deck) and it won't line up with the attach holes in the front. No harm in explaining and maybe myself or someone else can also give you some suggestions. Dave

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