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Chris727
I was wondering if anyone could tell me if this is the correct hitch to use with a single belt blower for a B-Series? http://cgi.ebay.com/simplicity-snow-hitch-for-Sovereign-60s-version_W0QQitemZ330183610665QQihZ014QQcategoryZ42230QQssPageNameZWDVWQQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem I have a 42" blower for an RBT, and don't have a powerful enough RBT, nor one with the correct PTO for it, so I am wondering if the body of this blower is the same, could I use a B-series single belt hitch with a the clutch on it and use it on a B-12? This hitch is described as being for a the older tractors but doesn't look like it has the clutch on it from what I can see in the pics. Thank You. Chris

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ehertzfeld
Just to make it clearer, like Maynard said, that hitch is for a RBT style tractor that uses a mechanical or electrical PTO on the front of the engine. The type your asking about, has the PTO on the hitch. It's close but not the same.

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mooseman3210
this is a picture of my snow blower pully system . it looks alot like the one in the pic from ebay i may be wrong but someone used this blower on a B series tractor with no modifactions other then they welded it to the blower frame Hope this helps .


The picture doesn't show it but the pullys are on a pin and swivel with the movement of the belts .


I tried to get some angles of it to help out with the way it hooks up




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Chris727
Thanks Mooseman, the blower will turn off on yours becuase of the electric clutch, if he had it on a B then as Elon said, it must have run constantly. I didn't know if maybe the housings were different too but I think they are the same or are close enough, I'll just keep an eye on ebay for a hitch. Thanks. Chris

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