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many of the classifieds list implements by the series tractor they fit.does a big ten have a series number- something beyond a B series? and, since much equitment may be missing tags due to age, is there any rule of thumb regarding interchangeability. i wrote down the numbers in the 'what fits' and keep it in the truck but haven't seen a tag on anything that i could read the numbers on

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SmilinSam
Anything that will fit the B-10 and B-12 tractors will fit the Big Ten, save for the 48" deck, and thats only because the48" is not recommended for a 10HP tractor. I believe most all the more common attachments for the B-110/112 and B-210/212 will also work on the Big Ten.

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Rob-B
just a note the reason the 48" mower deck didn't work on my B-12 was because of the shorter wheel base, the mower deck rear rollers hit the rear wheels. 100/200 series had a longer wheel base. rob

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HubbardRA
Sam, I currently have only a 10 Hp engine in my AC 716H tractor. It drives the 48 inch deck just fine, so long as I don't let the grass get knee high. The 48 inch deck, However, will not fit my 61 Wards, because of the shorter wheelbase.

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