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  • 67 877 drive belt guard


    67 WH 877
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    Looking for a drive belt guard for a 1967 T 877 8 horse. Still no luck...:handgestures-thumbdown:



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    gwest_ca

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    That may be a tough one to find.

    The 1966 model 876 used a 6118 guard.

    The 1967 model 877 used a 7021 guard.

    At some point in time they eliminated the detent in the side of the guard for the 877 decal. That may be the only difference.

     

    Garry

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    67 WH 877

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    Thanks for the info Gary...I may half to do some sheet metal work then, thought Id try and find an original. No luck so far! :eusa-think: 

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    pullstart

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    @67 WH 877 I have tried my best to document sheet metal work in my current build.  Check it out if you need any help modifying a different guard, I have learned from plenty of tipsters here and other places :handgestures-thumbupright:

     

     

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    520HC

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    On 4/17/2019 at 6:16 AM, gwest_ca said:

    That may be a tough one to find.

    The 1966 model 876 used a 6118 guard.

    The 1967 model 877 used a 7021 guard.

    At some point in time they eliminated the detent in the side of the guard for the 877 decal. That may be the only difference.

     

    Garry

    The 876 had the belt release/parking brake handle at the bottom of shield. On the 877 they moved the handle to the top,therefore there is a notch cutout on the top of the 877 shield.

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    67 WH 877

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    Thanks Pullstart, I will check it out. This belt guard is the only part missing from the old Horse...sure would like to find an original. :unsure: 

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    67 WH 877

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    520HC...Good to know...so I may be able to use the 876 guard with a little alteration then. :eusa-think: 

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