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Not sure if this would fit the bill? I am using a lift rod on my 4212G, which I purchased NOS(rod only)from the dealer for $10.(pipersville Garden Center) part#1665887it looks like this...(item "G")


I can get you the dimensions, and you can make a cardboard template to see if this profile works?If it does check the JJNemes (sponsor) site, they usually have rods in the used parts inventory.


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The overall length (with bends(5) is 46-3/4")...

The active end = 2 set collars, compression spring, and a special end)

I'll try to get a photo of the whole assy.


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The rod part number was updated to 1665887sm.

There were 3 on Ebay for $35 (still available?)

Phone # for my source (215) 766-0414 (pipersville garden center, a Simplicity/Kubota dealer.

Also try JJNemes 609-924-4177 (sponsor)

You also can check with Brenda at Sandy Lake, and/or Jonnette at

http://simpletractors.com/rt_border/pierce.htm(sponsor, and member)

Good luck...

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I don't know if you got the pictures you need but here are a few. The top rod is for the 7000/700 and the bottom is for the 7100/900 Twin cylinder engines.





The offset to clear around the KT engine is 1-1/4"





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