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Two strange questions

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Question #1Will this blower from a B-10 fit on a B-1?

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Question #2Can someone who has a rear lift handy measure and tell me the amount of travel at the end of the lift sleeve from down (horizontal) to up (almost vertical)?Thanks in advance.

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littlemarv

Thanks Bob,

I have

one tractor in the basement with no lift

one tractor buried in the shed with no battery to run the electric lift

one tractor in the backyard under a tarp frozen down with two feet of snow on it

Otherwise I would measure it myself.

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BLT
quote:Originally posted by BLT

From what I can see the blower is backwards compatible.Question two will have to wait for daylight.:D I assume that is with lift pin in place.


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id="quote">Go here: http://www.simpletractors.com/what_fits/ac_backfit/st_b-110_b-series_600.htm > The blower was never meant to go on B-1 or B-10. But if some one has arleady mated it, he then has found the work around.The pin came out of my lift and tractor is too wet sloppy to repair it now. But with lift paralell (low) to ground to its appoximate lift position is about 3-1/4 ". I manually took a swag about where the high side would stop.

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