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PhanDad

In addition to what RayS posted, the "pins" on the electric lift cylinder are different also. The Simplicity electric lift has the pins low near the base; the Allis 300/400 and A/C Homelites have the pins about 1/4 of the way up the cylinder from the base.

Simplicity tractors have a separate mounting bracket for the electric lift. The A/C Homelites don't have a separate mounting bracket, the bracket is built into the frame. Not sure what an A/C 300/400 uses to mount the electric lift.

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