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I have a Allis Chalmers 416s tractor and I would like to know if a Simplicity tiller would fit it? Will the shuttle drive pull it without any problems? The AC is a pretty tough tractor I think, I just want yalls opinion on this. If anybody got one and close to Lexington,North Carolina and wants to sell it let me know. Any information will be appreciated.

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hotwire
Hey Dodgeman, I'm up in Winston. Dont have one for sale, but thought i'd tell you, i have a Simplicity 7013 shuttle drive and a tiller and the shuttle can run it with no problems, but a high / low would be nice. 1st gear is still too fast to till without the splitter.

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Do any of you know which pulley the tiller belt should be placed on with a 3416S Sovereign? Larger or smaller (inside or outside)? Also, does the oil in the gearbox benefit from periodic replacement?

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Originally posted by stump_fiddle
Do any of you know which pulley the tiller belt should be placed on with a 3416S Sovereign? Larger or smaller (inside or outside)? Also, does the oil in the gearbox benefit from periodic replacement?
Runs on the outer groove. Supposed to be a 5/8 belt. I've used 1/2" belts in a emergency, but they tend to slip. The outer pulley groove is also used for the Vacuum attachments, but those do use a 1/2" belt.

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