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JeffNemes
There is more than just putting on the cone clutch. You would also need to add the swing arm with the idler pulleys to use for the mower deck. The hardest part would be the cone clutch engage/disengage mounting hardware, as the pivot point bracket is welded to the side iron frame. Good Luck Mike.

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JeffNemes
I'm curious. Why would you want to convert to the newer cone clutch PTO?? I like the old style PTO with the belt driven jackshaft. It has a shorter drive belt to the mower and the belts don't squall when the PTO is engaged. The one on by AC B-1 still works fine despite lots of play due to worn bearings. Roy

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