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Tiller Setup for 59ish 700

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nvmike
I have a tiller from a 725 and a 700 tractor. I can not figure what is missing. I have the pulley setup and some linkage but there seems to be something missing. I can not find the anchor point for the linkage. Can anyone point me in the right direction? Possibly a picture with the fender/seat in the up position.

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Go here and go about half way down. There is an illustration that might help you. http://www.simpletractors.com/club2/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=16887&SearchTerms=tiller

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The place to mount the rod to is on the bracket around the front pulley.You might not have one on your tractor.A freind of mine just bought a tiller and it did not come with the bracket so I took the one off my tractor(copy off my first wonderboy 700)and bent up another one If you cannot find one let me know and I can bend one up and drill the holes for you.All you will have to pay for is shipping.Bob

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The whole owner's manual for one of these tillers is on-line at the link below, or you can download the equivalent Simplicity manual in .PDF format. http://www.simpletractors.com/operation/tiller1/32_rotary_tiller.htm

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