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was wandering the yard, kind of unfocused and looked at a pile of fdt seat pans. had a tape measure in hand so i measured the one on the B-1 and on the Landlord. mind you, i have no idea why i did this. but, to my surprise, they are not the same. they look like they are but the B-1 is  1 1/2 inch narrower than the Landlord. i checked a Squire pan, a Big Ten,   another Landlord and some strays that i don't remember what they came off. the Landlord pans are both that 1 1/2 inch wider. didn't think to measure where the hinge bolts are to see if they will swap. just some stray knowledge

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According to the IPLs, the round hood models including the 725, Landlord 9, 101, 2010/2012 all use the same 3-pc seat pan, P/N 154471. The later flat hood models starting with the 2110/3012 had the 1-pc seat pan and a 4" longer WB, which was added to the BGB to transaxle side plates.

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2 hours ago, Bill725 said:

According to the IPLs, the round hood models including the 725, Landlord 9, 101, 2010/2012 all use the same 3-pc seat pan, P/N 154471.

Are these also the "hinged" seat pans like was on my B-110 (very similar to a 2010)? 

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1 hour ago, PhanDad said:

Are these also the "hinged" seat pans like was on my B-110 (very similar to a 2010)? 

 

2110, and maybe 2210?  counterparts to the B-110

The 2010 was a late B-10 counterpart

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