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Re: Replacing Super A PTO bearings

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07-08-2013 17:23:55

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You need a THREE jaw puller in the holes of the gear to remove it. Remove gear,and woodruff key and the shaft will press out toward the REAR. You can't press the shaft out without removing the key as it will hang up on the bearing.

Looks like your shaft is grooved also. Get a speedy sleeve for it.

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Gerry Powell

07-09-2013 16:45:38

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 Re: Replacing Super A PTO bearings in reply to TractormanNC, 07-08-2013 17:23:55  
I went to Harbor Freight and bought a 3 jaw puller and quickly stripped the threads on it, the gear didn't move at all. Any tips?

I guess I need to find an old USA made puller.


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Gerry Powell

07-22-2013 11:21:09

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 Re: Replacing Super A PTO bearings in reply to Gerry Powell, 07-09-2013 16:45:38  
I finally got the pto gear off the shaft, I used an old gear puller made by OTC.

Question, I'm putting it back together and torquing the 7/16-20 bolt that holds the gear on the pto shaft, it's a dot head bolt. What torque is required for this bolt, and what grade are the dot head bolts?


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