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Lift Arm for tiller & revitalizer

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Would someone please help me with the measurements for a #176202 Lift Arm? I have a Broadmoor 738 and a #990629, 26" lawn revitalizer. The lift arm that goes with that revitalizer doesn't fit on a 738 Broadmoor so I will have to fabricate one. The #176202 lift arm is the one that I need...well almost anyway...it is the correct length for my 738 and also the 5000 series Broadmoors. If someone would give me the measurement from the end of the rod that's threaded to the center of the first bend, and from the center of that bend to the center of the 90 degree bend,and the angle of the first bend I would be very grateful. Thanks in advance, Greg

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Greg,I have the same revitalizer for my 728.I did'nt get a lift rod with it so I can't really help you with that.I ended up getting a tiller for it and the arm for that can be made to work.It is heavier than just a plain rod as it is made of 1/4" flat stock.I believe that the revitalizer will also fit the Landlord series tractors so the rod you have might be for that style tractor.I would be happy to trace the tiller arm out on a sheet of paper and send it to you in the mail. Or I can get a photo of it as well. mowerman1193 mowerman1193

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Greg there was a complet rear lift set up for a B-10 complete with a tiller arm on EBAY that is ending as i type this. [url]http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=2070812241[/url] This & $1.00 might get you a small Coffee Maynard aka/UCD

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mowerman1193 I really appreciate your offer but the lift rod that I need is shorter than the one you need and may be bent at a different angle somewhere around the center of the rod. I have the one you need for your 728. I could make it work I'm sure by cutting it off some and rebending but I thought I'd keep it in case I ever wanted to sell the revitalizer. The reason the rods are a different length is, I believe, that begining with the 738 Broadmoor the lift was moved rearward on the tractor. While my lift is about in line with the steering shaft, yours is closer to the clutch pedal. The lift rod that you need is #170447 and works with the Serf, Yeoman and Broadmoors up through the 728. The lift rod I needed measurements from is #176202 and works with the 738 Broadmoors up through the 5000 series. The #176202 lift rod really goes with the #931 revitalizer and the #930 tiller but the length should be right for me. Here's a pic of an AC 610, same as 5010 Simplicity, I think. Notice the placement of the lift near the steering shaft. http://www.simpletractors.com/images/600_series_images/610_tractor.jpg Also I think the 26" revitalizer only fits the small frame tractors...I could be wrong. Thanks to you also Maynard for the info but I have a Big Ten with lift and tiller. Greg

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