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AC_HB-112
Hello, I recentally baught a Simplicity 7010 with a cab and snowblower. I have since put the hydro-rearend on the HB-112 and I am looking for some clear plasitc to use as cab glass in the cab. The cab is the soft sided hard top version. I also need to put the front PTO on the HB-112 and need an instalation manual on how to do this. As for the HB-112, It is a very late modle with out the hoodscoop like thing at the back of the hood. It usedto be yellow untill my grandpa painted it orange about a year after he bought it new. It needs a new seat to replace the current boat seat and I would like an orogonal syle. Any help would be geratly welcomed. Thanks, Lucas

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wilm169
The front clutch will not work on the tractors with the shaft out the front of the grill. Some of the tent people can put the windows in for you. I also do not think the cab is a direct fit either. Now that I have shot you down, WELCOME TO THE CLUB

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Chris727
I've heard that places that repair convertible tops can fix the snowcab windows. It sounds like your tractor is not a B-112 but is actually a B-212, that is unless your hood was swapped at some point. The later model snowblowers are usually not worth trying to use on a foot dragger tractor such as the B-112. The original snowblower for your tractor came with a clutch built into the blower hitch, and it had a smaller diameter drive pulley for the auger shaft. If you can find a pulley and the correct hitch it should work fine. I think the B-Series mower PTO will not run the blower at the right speed. What was wrong with the 7010?

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AC_HB-112
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Originally posted by Chris727
I've heard that places that repair convertible tops can fix the snowcab windows. It sounds like your tractor is not a B-112 but is actually a B-212, that is unless your hood was swapped at some point. The later model snowblowers are usually not worth trying to use on a foot dragger tractor such as the B-112. The original snowblower for your tractor came with a clutch built into the blower hitch, and it had a smaller diameter drive pulley for the auger shaft. If you can find a pulley and the correct hitch it should work fine. I think the B-Series mower PTO will not run the blower at the right speed. What was wrong with the 7010?
The tractor for shure is an HB-112. The hood may have been swapped.

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