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B10Dave
can be dangerous; but sometimes it pays off in spades. At the local auction last Thursday an item came up for sale and nobody there including the auctioneer knew what it was. I bought it with two bids. They called it a Steel Part on my receipt. All in, including buyers premium and tax I paid $9.32. Some days you just get lucky.










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B10Dave
:O:O John, it is a 540RPM power take off adaptor for Allis GTs. Would be used to run a bale elevator or grain auger etc.Josh, I think the guard goes around the large pto pulley but won't know for sure till I mount it. Which I will do this week to take to Steam Era show next weekend. Dave

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Chris727
Amazing score, those units are much rarer in yellow than the white or orange. The guard is not for the PTO unit. It goes around the driveshaft/engine connection on a 7100 or 900 Series.


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B10Dave
Chris. Guard is very different from the one on my 919H. I do beleive it is part of the setup for the PTO unit. I will know better when I mount the unit. Dave.

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GLPointon
AWSOME DEAL... that gaurd looks just like one I bought from E-Bay for my 7116H to cover the driveshaft. They may have made slight alterations to use on different applications..? Congrats on a great find dOd

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B10Dave
I will defer to the more knowledgable amoung us. Although guard is different than my 919 it also doesn't seem to go with PTO. Probably for a single cyl. Kohler in a 900/7100 series. Dave

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PhanDad
Great find and score. It sure helps to have knowledge. The guard is for the single cylinder Briggs:




It's made for the gear tooth type starters. I had to notch the guard for clearance for the S/G belt in my installation.

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PGL
I think if I'd been at that auction I would have bid anyway seeing that colour. You probably would have had to pay at least #20, even if I didn't know (then) what it is. It wouldn't fit the 620 anyway. Congratulations. Hope you have luck with attachments to run with the PTO.

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