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Re: PTO on DB 990

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07-17-2014 15:17:23

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Well, ive had my granddads CC Case and have drove it since I was 8.
I have a 48 H Farmall that ive had for around 5yrs without a bit of problem.
I have a 1950 Demonstrator Cub Farmall that ive had for around 6yrs with no problem.

My problem is, likely, that ive never had experience with a tractor with a 2 stage clutch, or with 3pt hookup, or with diesel, and all that goes along with diesel.

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07-17-2014 16:32:38

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 Re: PTO on DB 990 in reply to Farmallb, 07-17-2014 15:17:23  
Bare with my critisum.
I was turned loose with a Case model L at 8yrs. old.
Those tractors at that time furnished belt power, not PTO power.
When you drove the Farmall H, you were lucky if you had one with a 1-3/8" 540 PTO shaft. What PTO implement did you run with it.
You may have started young, but you seam to have a gap in your farming experience. All of us here who have replied to your posts will likely still try to help you with your dilemas, but you need to step up with some common sence also.
Have you aquired an opp. manual for your 990, and sat down and read it yet?
It aint no CC, with 3 forward gears and a hand clutch.

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