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Eagle Hitch Sickle Mower PTO

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connor9988

06-11-2018 18:27:25




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I am on the fence about trying to get my Eagle Hitch mower fixed up and running. It could be a real money pit for a mediocre mower (needs new bar, sickles,guards, belt, PTO shaft). I guess what will determine if I continue is if I can find the front telescoping portion of the PTO shaft. Looking through some that are laying around here and none are the same. The telescoping part I am speaking of is the front half that connects to the tractor. It is hollow where all the others I have found are solid on the tractor side. Mine is broken/decayed beyond repair.

Anyone have any ideas/leads?

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kevinthefixer

06-12-2018 19:42:00




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 Re: Eagle Hitch Sickle Mower PTO in reply to connor9988, 06-11-2018 18:27:25  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to seeYup, first you'd lose all your fillings then your teeth would vibrate out. Either take it to a driveshaft shop or forget it. It would eat up your new U-joints too.



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connor9988

06-12-2018 21:26:53




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 Re: Eagle Hitch Sickle Mower PTO in reply to kevinthefixer, 06-12-2018 19:42:00  
I agree. I think I will abandon this potential project. If anyone is interested in it for parts donor please let me know.



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oldproudvet

06-12-2018 17:37:10




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 Re: Eagle Hitch Sickle Mower PTO in reply to connor9988, 06-11-2018 18:27:25  
I've got an EDSC-7 that's complete, well wore but usable. I'll never get to it, email open. West central MN



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RJKeith

06-12-2018 04:24:24




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 Re: Eagle Hitch Sickle Mower PTO in reply to connor9988, 06-11-2018 18:27:25  
Can you find the hollow tube for the back end that fits? If so and it has the yoke, you can buy a matching U joint and matching PTO yoke. Of course it is more money into the pit.



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connor9988

06-12-2018 06:08:56




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 Re: Eagle Hitch Sickle Mower PTO in reply to RJKeith, 06-12-2018 04:24:24  

The back u-joint connects to a cast piece that is threaded onto the mower flywheel. Looks like a Case specific part. I could take it apart at the u-joint and keep the back half of the joint with new PTO shaft from there on forward. I was also considering getting replacement tubing for the front half and welding a new front u-joint and PTO coupling on the front. I am curious if it would produce much vibration if it wasn't exactly spot-on center? (eyeballing it)

I have posted a picture of the back half of the PTO shaft.

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casecollectorsc

06-12-2018 15:29:00




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 Re: Eagle Hitch Sickle Mower PTO in reply to connor9988, 06-12-2018 06:08:56  
My son and I have 12-15 of those mowers...maybe one of these would be easier to fix. Maybe I should sell one...E SD.



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