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Built-tough
Hi, I have a Generator that i plan on attaching to the back of my Landlord next week. It's a regular old generator, not simplicity, but has anyone made a home made attachment for the back of a landlord, any plans? The main part i was stuck on is creating a shaft that the pulley with go on and then go into the generator to run it. Thanks !

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Talntedmrgreen
This is the very same bracket used on the Simplicity Generators. When you build a plate to set the generator on, make it so it will bolt loosely to the bottom holes shown on the bracket drawing. The top hole is used for a 1/2" steel rod that is used to adjust belt tension. Very simple and effective.
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