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I have searched for the answer found alot of stuff but still not to sure. I have a complete b12 rearend from bgb back. So what I am wondering can i use this on a B212 and use the side plates from the b212 bolt onto the B12 rearend and have just the 3 gears and loose the variable drive. To save a bunch of headaches since they usually don't work right. Thanks for any input you guys have

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you can easily change the variable to a straight 3-speed. Just need to change the drive pulley, remove all the vari-drive stuff and replace the driven pulley. You will need to change the belt tightener pulley also. You may be able to use the pulleys from the B12. I recommend a 4.5" driven pulley and a 7" driven or maybe an 8" driven if you use a rototiller.

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