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GLPointon

B100-200 vs 7000 series frame sideplates

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GLPointon

I'm trying to help out another member...

Are the frame Sideplates the same length/interchangable from a Simp 7000 series to a B100 series? (I know the B10-12's are much shorter from BGB to trans) but not sure about the longer B100-200 series?

Thanks sm01

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GLPointon

I know the clutch/brake assy is diff but I just need to know if the 3-speed pullies/clutch/sideplates from a Simp 7000 be transfered onto a B100 in place of the Vari-drive setup??? I know its a bit unusual, But I've wanted to put a B100-200 Vari-drive on my 7010 before too...sm01

quote:Originally posted by Talntedmrgreen

Laid side by side I believe there are significant differences. Will they bolt up...maybe.


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PhanDad

Not sure this will help, but I've swapped a Vickers hydro from a 3416H tractor into my B-110 using the B-110 gear box and the longer 3416H side plates. They bolted right up and holes were there for the "hanging" style PTO used on the B-110. The 3416H had a cone clutch. The part numbers for those side plates are 166049 for the right side and 174034 for the left side.

So I would think 7000 series side plates would work for you.

As to the BGB, I believe all the output shafts are the same diameter but different lengths, with the vari being longer. So since you're going from vari to plain 3 speed, the shaft might be too long and you'll have to use spacers to take up some space along the longer shaft.

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MikeES

The length of the side plates are the same on a vari-speed 100/200 FDT tractors and the RBT tractors.

The side plates for the shuttle/, vari-speed, and 3-speed are all very similar on the RBT tractors ( the BGB and transaxle are all the same bolt patterns). Only the hydro side plates are significantly different.

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