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32 inch tiller on a 3410

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Chris727
I have a Landlord 3410 with the standard 3speed transmission and it has no rear lift assembly. I have located an older style 32" tiller from a B-10 and was wondering what it would require other than a lift kit to attach it. I know the tillers drive on the left side, I think so do they run off the same assembly that the mower deck does off the bevel gear box, I am pretty new to the large frame tractors. Any info is appreciated. -Chris727

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thedaddycat
I have a 3310, and in a word the answer is No, at least for that vintage tractor. Both center and rear PTO drive off the left side of the BGB but use different pulleys. I think the 3400 series went to the cone clutch, but I have no experience with them and as yet no tractors that new. Here's a link to a post with pics of what I had on mine. http://www.simpletractors.com/club2/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=10362

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thedaddycat
Sam, how hard would it be to adapt the Broadmore Hi-Lo to the rear lift(or to the tiller itself) to slow down the speed to the tiller? That's another "way way out there" idea of mine but I haven't even tried looking at it yet. What I had been thinking was to use an old BGB and Hi-LO to make a 540 PTO.

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SmilinSam
It might work on the tiller..??????....depends on how much it would slow it down I suppose A tiller with a high low range would be a bit unique wouldn't it? Wonder how long the chain would hold together in high?????

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thedaddycat
Hi would be for the leaf vac, make that the Ultra Super Leaf Vac..... lol Able to suck up leaves, acorns, grass(roots and all) small children and animals!!!

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