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Doug-Iowa

05-16-2018 11:25:27




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I'm considering removing the PTO from my H. I've long since stopped using it for real work, its just my tractor ride tractor now and I'd like to build a custom platform on the back. Removing the PTO will give me an additional 8" of space. I'll save it in case I want to put it back. From the drawing it looks pretty simple, just pull the unit out and fabricate a cover and seal for the opening in the rear end. Any worries with this plan? It looks like the transmission counter shaft is supported by a bearing so it should continue to operate properly without the PTO shaft in place.

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rustyfarmall

05-17-2018 06:12:22




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 Re: H PTO in reply to Doug-Iowa, 05-16-2018 11:25:27  
Seems like I've heard of using a steering bolster top cover?



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DeltaRed

05-16-2018 18:10:42




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 Re: H PTO in reply to Doug-Iowa, 05-16-2018 11:25:27  
Make cover plate from 1/8 steel.I make em from 14 gauge or 1/8" when I remove the belt pulley drive/gearbox.



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DR. EVIL

05-16-2018 14:58:34




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 Re: H PTO in reply to Doug-Iowa, 05-16-2018 11:25:27  
IH made a block off plate for PTO's, Doubt CIH/NH handles them anymore. Might try a salvage yard for one. They're in the parts book.



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Goose

05-17-2018 16:29:56




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 Re: H PTO in reply to DR. EVIL, 05-16-2018 14:58:34  
Or try ebay. I've found a lot of H parts there.



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Jim MA

05-16-2018 11:39:35




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 Re: H PTO in reply to Doug-Iowa, 05-16-2018 11:25:27  
You have it, just remove the PTO unit and replace with a block off plate / gasket /rtv. If you do not want to drain the oil you can park the tractor on a sufficient enough slope and remove and replace.



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Doug-Iowa

05-16-2018 11:45:15




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 Re: H PTO in reply to Jim MA, 05-16-2018 11:39:35  
Thanks!. Great idea on pointing it down hill, I have just the spot for that.



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