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Would anyone happen to have any photos or instructions on how to install a mule drive on a B12 for a tiller? Any help would be greatly appreciated!

Also, is there any way to mount a suitcase weight or two up front that looks fairly original?

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Thanks for the input everyone... I believe my drive that came with the tiller I bought is actually for a Sovereign or 914. Any thoughts on how to make this one work? Or do I just need to get the right one for the B12?

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You will need to get the correct one. The gear ratio and pulley diameter are different between the two tillers. Plus the 32" tiller needs the correct tiller drive to engage the tiller.

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