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    This is on a pa-11. Would like to upgrade it to a dakota cub assembly since have one on the shelf.

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    Pulley is removable. Install the correct pulley for your installation.
    Steve Pierce

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    If you want to go to the double groove pulley system, there is more to it than just the pulley on the jackscrew. Not sure on the Cub, but on the PA-16, it involves welding on brackets, adding idler pulleys, changing the tensioning system, changing the front pulley, and a longer cable.


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    Thanks ill just replacement the assembly and stick with the single groove pulley.
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