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Will 3112 V BGB fit an AC710?

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The 710 has a cone clutch and the 3112 does not. So the diven shaft is different. I believe the drive shaft is the same (i.e. larger input shaft), as the AC B212 has the larger input shaft. The 710 will have the dip stick for oil level vs. the street ell on the side of the cover. Dimensionally they are the same.

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Also, the variable speed drive pulley uses a longer, threaded shaft than the keyed shaft on gear drive tractors. I don't know how the length compares to the later model hydros which also have a threaded shaft on the right side.

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