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Mack

Early handle lift sickle mower Mfg # 210

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Anyone else tried to put one of these on a B-112? Looks like it fits too far forward on the tractor and rubs the tri-rib tire that I have on it in one spot when turning to the right.Maybe the longer wheel base of the B-112 and newer tractors has something to do with it. I think I'll work on a hitch adapter to move it back some.

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Guest
I have a #210 which came with a B112. I can photograph it and measure it if you need. I hooked it up once, greased it, used it and put it away. Worked great.

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D-17_Dave
Front acc. mounting on the front axle is the same dim. on all the FDT's. The frame length is diff on the 112/212 tractors from the bvg back dure to side plate differences. The #210 should pin up and work fine unless the tri-rib tires your useing now are bigger than the orriginal turf tires that came on it.

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Mack
Yeah,the tri-ribs are 17" across and the original turfs are about 14.5".The belt that the referance book calls for on the B-112 is much too short though,so that why I was thinking about the wheel base difference.

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Mack, The rule of thumb I remember is that the wheel base on 12hp tractors is longer. The B112 being a 12hp is longer than a 110 or B10, etc. That's why you need a longer belt. Michael G.

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UCD
That is not a valid rule of thumb B-110 3 speed = short wheel base B-110 Variable = long wheel base MFG# 2029902 B-110 3 speed = short wheel base MFG# 2029903 B-110 3 speed = short wheel base MFG# 2029927 B-110 Variable = long wheel base MFG# 2029928 B-110 Variable = long wheel base

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Wow. As always thanks. I didn't know they made a variable B110...
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That is not a valid rule of thumb B-110 3 speed = short wheel base B-110 Variable = long wheel base MFG# 2029902 B-110 3 speed = short wheel base MFG# 2029903 B-110 3 speed = short wheel base MFG# 2029927 B-110 Variable = long wheel base MFG# 2029928 B-110 Variable = long wheel base

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Mack
Oh,I got it working!I made a bracket today similar to my weight bracket but extends back two inches and it fits and runs nicely.

It's only taken me a year and a few months to get it operational but I,m ready for a test mowing now.:D

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