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perry

couple questions

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perry
will a Allis B-10 - landlord frame work on a B-1 - sim 725 without alot of modifications ?. and will a BGB housing out of a simplicity 3012 fit a AC-912 , AC 710 and a Allis B-10. all the BGB's are the same housings right ?. how can i tell for sure that this is a 10hp engine ?. if i remember right the 9hp has the bearing plates that stick out, the 10hp should look like this , and the 12hp & up have the synchro-gears in them. [IMG]http://i97.photobucket.com/albums/l226/perry71/feb-EBAY001.jpg[/IMG] [IMG]http://i97.photobucket.com/albums/l226/perry71/feb-EBAY004.jpg[/IMG] [IMG]http://i97.photobucket.com/albums/l226/perry71/feb-EBAY003.jpg[/IMG]

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Chris727
BGBs- The housings are different and the shafts are different, the bolting locations are the same though. The RBT's also had a larger diameter input shaft, not sure if this started on the 3300 or if it was not changed until the 3400 series. Frame- Most likely all the mounting holes for your battery support and frame tunnel will be differnt, engine mounting holes are different, not sure what else is, width between frame rails is also likely wider. Engine- at first glance looks like a ten, check your briggs manual and see if the bore matches up.

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ReedS
Engine would appear to be a 234XXX model as opposed to a 23 due to the lack of a breather above the s/g bracket. Early LL frame similar to 700/725, has a triangular clearance relief for larger displacement engine, frt end and engine mounting holes may be different. As noted late model bgb's have a larger input shaft and accompaning bearing bores. Early bgb's will swap amongst early tractors if you swap output shafts to match the transmission. Late models will swap amongst late models also swapping output shafts as required. I've never tried mixing early and late input and output shafts, as it would seem to be more trouble than it's worth. Higher hp/torque may pose durability issue with early smaller input shaft IMO.

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