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MarksA-C
I am seeing how to hook up the new Tiller I got to my 610. I know that I don't have a tiller plate (Yet) but an trying to get the PTO pulley on. How far do I put it on the shaft? And, What size pulley do I put on the Actual Tiller? It is missing that. Mark-

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stevei46
Mark if nobody here can help you try emailing sandy lake equipment they might have one or at least tell you the correct diameter i needed the drive pulley for the tiller on my 6216 she told me the size i got one that worked ok at the local true value hardware and a few monthes later she found me a new old stock one that turned out was about the same price

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gregc
Install the drive pulley with the hub inward and the outer side flush with the shaft end. The pulley for the tiller is 8.4" OD. http://www.simplicitytechpubs.com/6767PRINT/PDF_files/TP_100_2873_00_AT_S.pdf

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Simpleton7016
Mark, you are still in high school so you should be familiar with this age old "cheer".... Gimme a "D" Gimme a "A" Gimme a "V" Gimme a "E" Gimme a "E" Gimme a "M" Gimme a "M" Gimme a "E" Gimme a "R" What's it spell? Dave Emmer, yay!! Come on Mark, it is hard enough to think for myself, now I have to think for you (and Bob too)? sm03 We have one of the best Simplicity/Allis resources in the continental United States just 20 miles away. I'll bet he has a plate, pulley, tines and whatever else you need. Maybe I'll call him today and buy one for your birthday. See y'all tomorrow.

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