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perry
pokeing around the local L&G yard i found these 2 pulleys sitting in a milk crate. they kinda look like hydro pump/driveshaft belt pulleys. what do you guys think ?. the one 4 bolt hole pulley is 3 3/4" and has # 122 151 stamped on it. the 2 bolt hole pulley is 4". with 2 small keyway slots. the belt on it is a Deutz-Allis # 72026378 belt also has #288 on it. [IMG]http://i97.photobucket.com/albums/l226/perry71/JANO9003.jpg[/IMG] [IMG]http://i97.photobucket.com/albums/l226/perry71/JANO9002.jpg[/IMG] this bracket i took off my B-10. it was bolted on the right side of the tractor to the side of the shift plate. it has a twist to it. the B-10 did have a cab at one time on it. ???? [IMG]http://i97.photobucket.com/albums/l226/perry71/JANO9012.jpg[/IMG] [IMG]http://i97.photobucket.com/albums/l226/perry71/JANO9013.jpg[/IMG]

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dav
the bracket is for a hi-lo handle


[ as to the pulleys; i have both kinds. i think the 4 hole one is to drive the hydrolift on the earlier tractors, like the B-10 and 12. the two hole pulley has a different center to center distance so i don't know what that is for

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perry
quote:
Originally posted by dadskc135
The one with 4 bolt holes goes on the right side of the bevel gear box to drive a generator or one type of vacuum.
you may right. it does'nt match up to a drivshaft. so ill check it on a gear box. thanks for ther info.

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Glen112
Perry - John (dadskc135) hit it on the head with the 4-hole pulley. It is used for some of the early blower vacs that were driven with a long pulley off the right side of the tractor such as this (photo courtesy of Fast Paul):


Here is a copy of a page from the manual for one of these units, a Model 328 showing the additional pulley that gets sandwiched between the drive pulley and the rope starter cup on the right side of the BGB (BJ in the diagram):


Here is the parts list showing that BJ is part number 122151:


I hope this clarifies the identity of this pulley. Glen

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