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I have a B-10 that I'm going to start work on soon. What model Simplicities will interchange parts with a B-10? Seems a lot easier to find Simplicity parts. I also would like to know how the dual rear wheels are attached, must be a spacer or something in there? Thanks.

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Landlord 101 from 1966 Landlord 2012 landlord fromm 1964 Mfg. No. 990314 Any of the round hoods Landlords. Link below gives a good idea. http://www.simpletractors.com/Main/simplicity.htm Duals are attached by spacers.

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http://simpletractors.com/attachments/options.htm Here's a picture with the dual wheel spacers. Miller Tire has a different style. There's uses the holes for the wheel weights instead of the lug holes.

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