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PTO clanking

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Ken Knight

09-28-2012 04:44:56

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The PTO on My Farmall Super A is making a loud clanking noise when it is engaged. Bearings? If so, is it a big job to replace them?

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09-28-2012 18:09:00

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 Re: PTO clanking in reply to Ken Knight, 09-28-2012 04:44:56  
It is not a bad job. Are you sure it is the PTO, and not the joints and shaft?

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Ken Knight

09-29-2012 05:57:00

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 Re: PTO clanking in reply to Janicholson, 09-28-2012 18:09:00  
This is with the PTO not connected to anything. A local "expert" suggested that a tooth might be missing from one of the gears. I'll pull the belt pulley shaft and take a look inside.
Thanks for your response and interest and I'll let you know.

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Ken Knight

09-30-2012 09:22:14

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 Re: PTO clanking in reply to Ken Knight, 09-29-2012 05:57:00  
Well, pulled the PTO upper housing and found both bevel gears for the pulley shaft chewed to hell. I'm not interested in rebuilding the pulley shaft.
I can't get the pulley shaft and gear out of the case. How to do that? Also, is the bevel gear on the end of the transmission shaft just pulled off with a gear puller (after removing the end bolt)?
Help, please....

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