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firefoxz1
I picked up a 36" snowblower (1690169) with all conponents to hook right up to my 6211 (which I bought through E-Bay) and they threw in a front manual PTO clutch with rod for a large frame tractor that is rusty but looks like it's never been used. Off the top of your head what models used these and where they all the same? If not how can I tell what it is for? I didn't take my camera and now it's dark out and blowing sleet and rain sideways so maybe tomorrow I can add some pics. [IMG]http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v233/kismar/Tractor/1.jpg[/IMG] [IMG]http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v233/kismar/Tractor/2.jpg[/IMG] [IMG]http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v233/kismar/Tractor/3.jpg[/IMG] [IMG]http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v233/kismar/Tractor/4.jpg[/IMG] It needs cleaning, new bearing, and one stop shoe/pad is missing.

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SmilinSam
The 3300, 3400 , 7000, and very first 7100 series. There is the possibility that the brackets that bolted onto the 3300 seroes with the synchrobalancer on the front may be different than the rest, but the jury is still out on that. The ones for the 7000 and early 7100 series have two holes in the bracket(at top and Bottom) for the swing to fit in. One set is for Kohler and the other for Briggs, if I remember right. I dont think the 3300 and 3400 ones have the two sets of holes. Again, not sure on that.

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MPH
Not sure if the court will accept this photo Sam, guess I need to paint the bolts. I will witness that the mounting plate on my 3314 does not have any extra holes now that I gave it a bath and can see metal.

top bolt shows pretty good, bottom one is hard to find

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firefoxz1
Rod, I will let you know. At the moment I have no blower for those tractors and am not really looking so your chances look good. Marty, Thanks for the pic. The picture verifys I figured out how it went correctly exept for some reason I was thinking the rod went down to left side (carb side) not the right.

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HubbardRA
Thom, The rod goes down the right side inside the frame on the Large Frame RBTs. There is a hole in the frame for the actuation lever which mounts on the right side and looks similar to the PTO engagement lever which is on the left side of the frame. It should be a direct bolt on to a large frame RBT, such as the AC 700, or Simp 7000 series tractors.

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