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Re: PTO on DB 990

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07-18-2014 05:35:17

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Sorry for your troubles, but Loren is right. You need to back up and start learning all over again. READ THE OPERATORS MANUAL. You ran a 540 machine at 1000 rpm PTO speed and over heated the PTO clutch. The good news is that fixing it isn't the worst job in the world. Actually, I'm not sure what you smoked if there was "smoke coming out of the rear end". The PTO clutch is in the bellhousing. Could be you lost a bearing in the rear end. Again, not the worst job to fix and much easier than the PTO clutch.

You have a real good tractor there. Slow down and stop abusing it. We've been trying to help but you don't listen.
This post was edited by Bret4207 at 05:40:15 07/18/14.

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07-18-2014 08:22:44

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 Re: PTO on DB 990 in reply to Bret4207, 07-18-2014 05:35:17  
Me and my boy were trying to bale my field of Sudan Grass. It plugged up the bailer right off. So I thought that running the baller faster would help, and it did for about 100ft. We had the DB as slow as it would go, which I thought was still too fast.

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