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Will this fit my 1965 Landlord

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With a lot of jury rigging like removeing the grill on the landlord and you still need a hitch so my answer would be no. The correct hitch for your tractor is a two pulley hitch with the clutch built into the hitch The clutch setup on ebay is for the newer 7000 series tractor with the clutch inside the grill mounted on the engine. The hitch and clutch setup you need is the one bottom left Top two diagrams are of hitch that is used with the ebay clutch for the 7000 series tractors.

Not a very good diadram of the hitch needed

Exploded parts diagram of hitch you need

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Thank you gentleman, I'm convinced. These drawings look very familiar to me. I've been studying them for a couple weeks now cogetating on morphing the newer hitch without clutch that came with my blower into the one with the lever and belt tightener clutch. That doesn't look too tough but I had no idea what was involved retrofitting my Landlord for the engine mounted clutch on ebay. I'd rather not cut it up that much so I'll stick with plan "A" and do the morph job. That will allow me to still take the power from the front PTO instead of running it through the BGB and underslung middle PTO. I'm not crazy about long belts or threading them through under the tractor. The photo you sent will help too. I'll post pics when it's done. My theory is that if I get it all done and ready to blow Murphy won't let it snow. That's OK too. Thanks again.

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This is the hitch you are looking for on ebay Simplicity / Allis Chalmers snowthrower hitch [url]http://cgi.ebay.com/Simplicity-Allis-Chalmers-snowthrower-hitch_W0QQitemZ7721593832QQcategoryZ66761QQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem[/url] [img]http://i10.ebayimg.com/01/i/05/4d/23/0b_12.JPG[/img] Here is another one on ebay SIMPLICITY - ALLIS CHALMER FRONT PTO ASSEMBLY [url]http://cgi.ebay.com/SIMPLICITY-ALLIS-CHALMER-FRONT-PTO-ASSEMBLY_W0QQitemZ7721641904QQcategoryZ66761QQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem[/url] [img]http://i10.ebayimg.com/04/i/05/4d/aa/07_1.JPG[/img]

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