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Oz

B-112 snowblower

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Brettw
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No and why would you want to ?
Wow. Seemed like a simple question to me. What is the closing statement?
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Attitude is everything, pick a good one!!!!
Seems like we might have missed the boat on that one.

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Chris727
I've seen it done but none of the members here have ever admitted doing it to my knowledge. The longer belt would be much more expensive. Do you have the wrong clutch for your blower?

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AC_HB-112
My grandfather said he used to do it with an old simplicity. He says he always had trouble with the belt coming off and you have to flop the belt or it will run backwards. You need to give it a larger pully or it will not get the needed RPM. You will do about the same thing if you ran it off a newer simplicity with the single pully bracket but again you have to flop the belt. Good luck.

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Oz
It was just a thought. My front pto tends to tear up belts (must be rubbing on something), and the center pto is easier to reach. Like a said just a thought. Thanks for all the reply's. Oz

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