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Tiller Mounting Pins

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bowhunt4life
Does anyone know where I can get the round head mounting pins that attach the lower brackets of a tiller to my 64 landlord? I am thinking maybe tractor supply. Couldn't find part numbers for them, or size? any other info on the sleeve pin would be appreciated too. Thanks, Chris

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sammiefish
If you want the original looking round heads Im not sure where to find them... BUT if you want a functional clevis pin I recommend a place like harbor freight. You can purchase a box of assorted sizes for less than $10. I find tractor supply expensive at $3-5 each.

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bowhunt4life
Thanks, I went to the simplicity dealer a week ago and asked them for the pins and they said they can't get them anymore. I was hoping to find them at tractor supply. Gonna try NAPA later today. fun and games.

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GregB
I went onto SEPW site and used the parts look-up. Thier site uses the older version of look-up, unlike Jacks. I find it easier to use. I found it looking up the tiller, and then in the mounting hitch section. 990174 32" tiller, under Simplicity, attachments, tillers.
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cwm1276
There are short and long ones. Soon after I got my tractor I had the nearest Agco dealer(old AC) order me some, I ordered the short ones by mistake. They work fine, but there are longer ones that are easier. My Dad had a couple of the long ones and I use them all the time.

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rsnik
Try Al Eden. I only recently discovered his dealership has a deep parts inventory. http://edensltd.com/ I have a big bag of them I collected by always buying the bolts and small parts lot from Joe Hemmi on eBay. Joe has the Joe's Outdoor Power continuous auction where he parts out several Simplicity/AC tractors a week. Here is an example of a small parts lot, but it is from a current 7119 and not a good example. I found that FTD tractors yield a lot more and a lot better small parts, including more of these pins. Here's the link: http://cgi.ebay.com/Simplicity-7119-Tractor-Misc-Parts-/370408184158?cmd=ViewItem&pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item563e0c595e

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