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Where to put the pulley for a Hydraulic Pump


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I'm putting a hydraulic lift on my B210. Does anyone know at wich point the pully goes in the driveline. I'm guessing after the plastic disc. I would appreciate anyones effort with this. Thanks Beamer
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Beamer, not sure but I think the drive shaft is shorter, the pulley on my 112 is part of a hub that bolts to the engine, then the drive shaft to it. not sure how it goes together with out the pulley as mine is the only one I've seen..MPH
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The hydraulic pump's drive pulley goes between the "plastic" disc and the pulley on the engine that drives the starter/generator. It connects to the engine pulley and the driveshaft connects to it, using the disc.... The link below might be useful...[A href='http://www.simpletractors.com/operation/hydraulics/hydraulic_lift.htm'][img src='http://www.simpletractors.com/images/hydraulics/figure4.jpg'][/a]
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Kent, The instructions are missing one point that is if you are using the fiber disc you should have four spacers altogether. You remove the two(one from each mounting bolt) spacers closest to the engine starter pulley and insert the hydraulic drive pulley in there place. If you as the pictures in the link suggest have the older style rubber coupler then you would have only one set of spacers to remove and then be able to insert your hydraulic drive pulley in there place. I installed one in my 3210V before it left my place. Jeff
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Thanks Guys, This is what I got: fiber disk,spacer (one for each mounting bolt),pulley,drive hub (and screen), starting pulley..etc. Got it. Thanks Again
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