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Got home with this after 8 hr road trip so here is whaI brought home for $400.The blade is something someone made to tow behind,the tires still have the molding strips in the middle,the discharge is for 210,the springs? I want to use the electric lift to raise and lower,it did not come with it,it was frre from some else.
 

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Two more pix
 

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Well You Picked up a Integral Hitch as well I see. Did You already Have the Mounting Parts for the Integral Hitch? That I posted In Your Other Thread In Post 12 Because If Not You will need them for the Tiller as Well:thThumbsU
 

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No I don't have any of them but if I can use the electric I wont need them,will I?
 

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Yes! You will Need those Parts regardless Of Weather You Have Manual Lift, Electric Lift Or Hydraulic lift:thThumbsU
Who ever You Bought the tiller and Integral Hitch From Probably still has all those Parts On there Tractor
 

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Huum,it looks like the intargal hitch and the tiller have the same mounting as to how they mount on the frame.I am thinking that if the tiller is mounted to the tractor and I can mount the electric lift to the tractor and to the tiller that it might work?
 

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Good deal! I went about 600 miles round trip to get my tiller. Its fun!
 

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Huum,it looks like the intargal hitch and the tiller have the same mounting as to how they mount on the frame.I am thinking that if the tiller is mounted to the tractor and I can mount the electric lift to the tractor and to the tiller that it might work?
Don't think that will work with out a whole lot of extra work. I was just at WFM classifieds and there is a seller of the parts you will need. Posted on January 10th by Tyler Hartman.
I have no affiliation with Tyler, he has some good pictures there of the actual parts you need. :D

You did real good on your trip!
 

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Deernut,thanks I went and looked at wfm and the piece,is that all I wouls need?from the picture Sergeant posted it looked like there was more to it.
 

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There are two bolts with bushings that are lower on the frame. Tyler does not show these... it is not uncommon that fellows just leave these parts on the tractors and only remove the pieces that Tyler shows.
The only other piece is the link between the tiller (or intergal hitch) and the rear lift.

I did take pictures of all the parts last time I installed one. I will try to post it later. :D
 

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Parts 12,13,14 and 8 from the picture Sergeant posted. :D
 

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Here are all the Part Numbers For The Integral Hitch
1 11H211 COTTER PIN 3 1/8" X 3/4"
2 M40753 PIN FASTENER 4 3/8" X 1-1/4"
3 24H1303 WASHER 2 13/32" X 11/16" X 0.065"
4 AM34600 ROD 1
5 JD7806 LUBRICATION FITTING 1 90°, 1/4"
6 AM31627 PLATE 1
7 J16931 PIN 1
8 AM31669 LINK 1
9 M42578 COMPRESSION SPRING 2
10 34H386 SPRING PIN 2 1/4" X 2" Cart KEY PART NO. PART NAME QTY SERIAL NO. REMARKS
11 M42579 PIN FASTENER 2
12 14H809 NUT 2 1/2" 19H1721 CAP SCREW 2 1/2" X 1-1/2" 12H301 LOCK WASHER 2 1/2"
13 24H1111 WASHER 2 17/32" X 1-1/16" X 0.090"
14 M42477 BUSHING 2
15 M40697 PIN FASTENER 1
16 14H821 NUT 2 5/8"
17 19H1756 CAP SCREW 2 5/8" X 1-1/2"
18 AM31668 HITCH 1 Cart KEY PART NO. PART NAME QTY SERIAL NO. REMARKS
19 M41001 KNOB 1
20 14H1076 NUT 1 3/8"
21 37H111 SCREW 4 3/8" X 1-1/4", (SUB FOR M40806)
22 AM31628 STOP 1
23 19H2978 CAP SCREW

The Only Parts that You don't Need are Item # 18,16,17 and Probably 15 Because None are Needed for the Tiller
Those parts You Need I would Check with either Of These John Deere Bone Yards.
http://www.jdlawntractor.com/
http://www.tractorsalesandparts.com/
The Only Parts You Really Need to Get from a Bone Yard are Line Items 4, 6, 22 & 8 The rest is Hardware which You can Get from a Deere dealer or a Local Hardware store and You will be In Business for Your Tiller:thThumbsU
 

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Looks I gota get busy and come up with some pieces before gardening comes.Looking at a 216 to put the tiller on.Is there a seperate belt that runs from the engine shaft to the double pulley idler?
 

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Yes, there is a separate belt. JDParts has an excellent diagram with the part number.
 

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Just opened a photobucket account lets see if this works...

Before

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Parts (12, 13, and 14)


Hey this works.:thThumbsU

The rod

and under the tractor

The rear lift

The rear lift parts break down


Rear lift installed


Well how did I do? I think I like this photo bucket site... :D
 

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Wow,good photos,just what I needed.thanks
 

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Just opened a photobucket account lets see if this works...

Before

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Parts (12, 13, and 14)


Hey this works.:thThumbsU

The rod

and under the tractor

The rear lift

The rear lift parts break down


Rear lift installed


Well how did I do? I think I like this photo bucket site... :D
You done good!!!
 

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Don't think that will work with out a whole lot of extra work. I was just at WFM classifieds and there is a seller of the parts you will need. Posted on January 10th by Tyler Hartman.
I have no affiliation with Tyler, he has some good pictures there of the actual parts you need. :D

You did real good on your trip!
I bought a helper spring from Tyler. Nice guy and a good seller.

Eric
 

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Almost ready for the dirt.
 

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