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710 driveshaft ?????

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mowerman1193
I looked it up on the tech site and the part numbers are different....but that doesn't mean that it will or will not work. Maybe someone that has more experiance with the large frame tractors would know more about this....

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HubbardRA
I think the driveshafts should be the same, since the increased wheelbase is from the longer side plates between the BGB and tranny on the 700 series. Set the engine on the chassis in the right spot and measure to the BGB. Compare this to the Landlord driveshaft. A tape measure can tell you a lot. If it is within an inch or so, then make spacers and use longer bolts at the engine end.

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Kent
Check Sam's reply to this topic. It might add some insight. He mentions two different lengths of driveshafts, plus various couplers and spacer combinations.... http://www.simpletractors.com/club2/topic.asp?ARCHIVE=true&TOPIC_ID=5215&SearchTerms=driveshaft,length

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