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Robert Kehoe

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Robert Kehoe

I bought a 2110 off the son of the original owner. It doesn't have the system that tightens the belt to engage the blower. Could this blower be off one with an electric front pto.

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PhanDad

The correct FDT snowblower hitch (with bulit in clutch) looks like this:

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(I cut the lever arm off to fit under a RBT tractor)The RBT snowblower hitch (with built in tensioner) looks like this:

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It's made to use with a mechancial or electric front PTO.

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dentwizz

I use one of those (RBT)style ones on my 64LL but with a modern Deere mower deck electric clutch. That way its selectable without all the mechanisms and pivots. Only modification to the chassis was to tap the engine shaft to take a bolt, and power to a switch.

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quote:Originally posted by dentwizz

I use one of those (RBT)style ones on my 64LL but with a modern Deere mower deck electric clutch. That way its selectable without all the mechanisms and pivots. Only modification to the chassis was to tap the engine shaft to take a bolt, and power to a switch.


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id="quote">How did you keep stationary part of clutch from spinning?

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PhanDad

Bob, When I installed the new style 1 piece electric clutch on my GTHL 16 Briggs, I made an "L" shaped finger that went in one of the 3 holes on the triangular part of the clutch. I bolted it to the block. It can be seen here at the 1 o'clock position:

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