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Re: PTO on DB 990

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07-18-2014 09:05:31

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It depends on what is wrong with it. "Smoke from the rear end" sounds like a bearing. Smoke/hot clutch smells from in front of the steering wheel on the bellhousing would be the PTO clutch. The PTO clutch requires splitting the tractor, disc and maybe pressure plate, probably going to eat up a $grand or so. A bearing in the rear end might be a simple $20.00 fix or not. Hard to say without knowing whats toasted.

Any chance something is busted/seized on the baler? If it's not free turning then you are going to have problems. Have you ever run this baler before?

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07-18-2014 09:24:21

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 Re: PTO on DB 990 in reply to Bret4207, 07-18-2014 09:05:31  
I have dry ran it several times. I replaced ALL the nuts on the chain and put in place of them lock washers, a drop of thread sealent and a lock nut. I put in 3 of the rollars that were missing. I oiled the heck out of the roller chains, and the floor chains.

There is one floor chain missing. 3rd one from one side and 4th from the other I intend to get, and also replace a #60 roller chain that I don't trust, but at the present has been heavily oiled and runs fine. One cyl leaks oil and I will replace that. Also needs about 2 doz teeth replaced.
I intended to do this between the time I used it now, and when I would need it again.

I would say, other than not having seen the tie mech work, that it operates fine.

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