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i bought my first simplicity landlord 2010 about a month ago and i got a spring trip blade, mower deck, snow blower, and tiller. I'm missing two important pulleys. one is on the snow blower that drives it and the other is the pulley on the tractor that drives the rear PTO. any help would be a huge help.

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Welcome to the club! 3" X 7/8" bore for tiller. 4-1/2" X 1" bore for snowblower will work. The original for the blower is 4-1/4" that is NLA and used probably would be your only option.

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I would buy stamped steel. They are cheaper and harder than cast iron. They will last longer as well. Use an antiseize in the bores and they will come off alot easier. The cast break easy if they have to be pulled off. The stamped steel bends easy. Antiseize will aid in ease of removal.

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