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Tiller Drive ???

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Bunky
I picked up a 32in. allis Tiller this weekend for My B112, it needs the drive, 1) are the Drive all Basically the same for these model tillers?? 2) does it take anything different for a variable speed tractor?? If anyone has a tiller drive I'm looking for one...

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tanman722001
Hi, I'm not sure if they are all the same all i know is that they made different ones. Have fun trying to get one i have been looking for 2 years and the ones i found they wont sell them or u have to buy a complete tiller. Thanks Tony

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PatRarick
I assume this is the old style, two pullies one about 9" and the other about 5" in diameter and a cast iron spacer with bearing in between? On this type, I have used pullies that are designed to have a hub welded on. I use the pulley only and simply drill holes for the three bolts that hold the assembly together. Have repaired three different clutch assemblies this way with excellent results. Pat

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Kent
Yes the tiller drive will work. You'll need to put a longer Guide Assembly Rod on it, in addition to a longer belt, to compensate for the longer frame on the B-112. I ran one on my B-210 for a long time... [img]http://www.simpletractors.com/images/tiller_ops1/figure_6.jpg[/img]

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BLT
Bunky, make sure you get the belt release bracket and the belt release guard, as shown in Kent's sketch, if you find a drive. I had to make these two parts when I got the AC tiller for my 3112.

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thedaddycat
You absolutely need the bracket because it anchors the end of the guide rod, but the drive will still work without the guard. I have one and I can mount it on the Putt Putt(Model 700) or the 3310V, but need to bend the free end of the guide rod out a tad(to clear the clutch lever nut on the end of the guide assembly) when using it on the shorter framed tractor. I suppose I could make a shorter guide rod, but I'd likely loose it between tilling seasons..........

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