Topic: Re: Case 885 3 point and pto none working
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That is an 885N(N for narrow), much less common than your run of the mill 885. The only common factors which can stop both the PTO and hydraulics would be the PTO clutch, cardan shaft, or the gears at the rear of the cardan which run the PTO and hydraulic pump(in the PTO housing).
As for common problems, the 3 point can be problematic if not maintained, filters, oil changes, water in it, etc...
The 2 speed PTO is generally indestructible unless abused(not using the clutch to engage it).
This post was edited by RGMartin at 16:09:53 03/21/13.
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