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PhanDad

From the "What Fits" Info in the Research Forum:


ATTACHMENT
DESCRIPTION
MFG. NO. POWER UNIT
(Desc. Mfg. No.)
REQUIREMENTS & REMARKS

26" Lawn   Revitalizer.

990629

5010 Mfg. No. 1690007

Requires Kit 103277. See Service Bulletin 75-8

   

5008 Mfg. No. 1690008

"

   

738 B/M Mfg. No. 990898

"

   

728 B/M Mfg. No. 990765, 577

Requires No Kit

   

727 B/M Mfg. No. 990489

"

   

648 Yeoman Mfg. No. 990899

Requires Kit 103277

   

637 Yeoman Mfg. No. 990764,763

Requires No Kit

   

627 Yeoman Mfg. No. 990646,

"

   

645, 579, 578, 542, 486

"

   

535 Serf Mfg. No. 990648, 647

Requires Mfg. No. 990594 Lift Kit

   

525 Serf Mfg. No. 990581,580,485

"

 

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Brettw

You are trying to adapt a small frame revitalizer to a large frame tractor.   I looked at that myself once, and as I recall it appeared to be quite the challenge.  They are different in how they mount, are driven, and are lifted. Not to mention, it is a lot narrower than the 3416.  Good luck in your endeavor however, and show the progress if you tackle it and make it work.

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PhanDad
5 hours ago, Horvik said:

Can you direct me where to  acquire both " Requires Kit 103277. See Service Bulletin 75-8" as it is listed?

You probably have a decent chance to get the service bulletin at a long time Simplicity dealer that hasn't thrown away all the old paper manuals (or maybe @720nut has one in his paper manual inventory 666). 

As to the Kit, probably not going to find one.  Those kits were made about 50 years ago.  Only way would be a long time dealer having one collecting dust on a shelf somewhere - and he probably doesn't even know he has one.  

 

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720nut
7 hours ago, PhanDad said:

You probably have a decent chance to get the service bulletin at a long time Simplicity dealer that hasn't thrown away all the old paper manuals (or maybe @720nut has one in his paper manual inventory 666). 

As to the Kit, probably not going to find one.  Those kits were made about 50 years ago.  Only way would be a long time dealer having one collecting dust on a shelf somewhere - and he probably doesn't even know he has one.  

 

Sorry Bill but I don't have one of those bulletins, next week I'll dig thru what I have and post a list

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Horvik
22 hours ago, Brettw said:

You are trying to adapt a small frame revitalizer to a large frame tractor.   I looked at that myself once, and as I recall it appeared to be quite the challenge.  They are different in how they mount, are driven, and are lifted. Not to mention, it is a lot narrower than the 3416.  Good luck in your endeavor however, and show the progress if you tackle it and make it work.

For Brett and  All interested parties;

I did some ironworker moves today and got it all running well Now maybe I can have a pretty lawn!

Pictures follow...

 

 

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gravey72

Nice work! The guys responding are always so helpful its just always hard to know what ones capabilities, tools and time are. Looks like you have some fabrication skills and tools. I've used the revitalizer to do some overseeding as well as just freshen up the lawn. Good luck!

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