It's not listed to fit a GT275, so I would say no, unless modifications are done. I'm assuming you know where the compatibility charts are (in the Tech FAQ section) since you mentioned you had one. Unfortunately I know of no one who has tried to put that blower onto a GT.
Yes, Terry, I do have the charts. Since it lists code 2462M I thought that perhaps code 246X might be an indicator of compatability even though they are obviously not an exact match. I have noticed such ambiguity in the past with the charts, where codes that do not match exactly nevertheless fit the other tractor.
Definitely not a direct fit. 100 Series are lawn tractors, A GT 275 is a much newer lawn & garden tractor. A GT 275 requires a model 42 Snowthrower. (the kind that has a long black frame that slides under the tractor)
Don't have a photo resize program now. The whole pto set up has 4 pulleys on it. The part that goes on first is keyed to the crankshaft and it has 2 pulleys 1st; drives the belt for the variator 2nd; very narrow pulley drives the hyd pump. The other part has 2 sheaves 1; mower deck/tiller 2; snow blower or sickle bar mower.
No , hydraulic lift wasn't an option '72-74 & they discontinued the double inner pulley . I think all '66-71 110-112s had the pulley regardless of whether they came with hyd lift . If you buy kit , say on E-bay , I'd advise contacting the seller & ask if he has one . Might save you an additional shipping charge .
IIRC , Deere introduced hyd lift in '65 or '66 & continued offering it as an option through '71 . I believe all 110-112s during those years came with the required double drive pulley (see Glen's pic) , even if they had manual lift .
Then , from '72 through '74 the only lift option was electric lift . Electric lift doesn't require a pulley & Deere saved a little money by using a cheaper single groove pulley (your primary drive pulley ).
If you want a Deere , OEM hydraulic lift , you'll need to acquire an older double pulley .
To add further confusion , I'm not sure if all/any of the r/fender components interchange with the sq/fender stuff .
Jacob, I also have tossed the idea around of hydraulic lift on a later year 110-112. The PTO linkage is completely different on a 74 from when hydraulic lift was an option, so is the front section of the frame. Before sinking money in the hydro setup, be sure to have a plan for that unless all that you are doing is plowing or pushing snow. I have not figured out the PTO linkage just yet but I will keep you updated as I get it lined out. Let me know if you figure it out first.
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