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SimplyCollecting

Hey all! I've been lurking for a while and I've decided to contribute and make a post finally.

I'm new to forums, so if I posted in the wrong place or didn't do something right, or post images right, take it easysm01

 

I have this tiller that I was told was from a simplicity walk behind tractor, SIM990214, that I'm wondering if it'll work on my Simplicity 3112v. I got a mule drive off from a flea market and it seems to be the right one for the machine. But after looking at a YouTube video, I found out that I am missing a pulley, the belts, and the part for engaging the mule drive. So I was wondering if anyone would know about the right belt sizes, pulley size, and if they could measure, or even sell me a bracket for the mule drive.

Thanks!

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11 hours ago, SimplyCollecting said:

i just gotta find the part to engage and disengage the drive

The tiller PTO is engaged/disengaged by the clutch lever on the mule drive.

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1 hour ago, Bill725 said:

The tiller PTO is engaged/disengaged by the clutch lever on the mule drive.

no i mean the bracket that holds the lever deal up by the bgb by the pulley.

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I don't believe there's a bracket; the idler pulleys mount on the shaft of the rear lift bracket:

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The above are from the tiller Operators Manual @Bill725 referenced above.

 

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