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Re: preparing to split my te20 behind gearbox

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12-29-2012 15:24:36

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Hi guys, thanks for the replys.

i should have gone into a bit more detail when first posting :)

i have the top cover off, oil out. The rear part of the shaft slid straight out once cut. So all thats left is the stump of the shaft stuck through the pump. I have removed the bottom cover bolts so the pump is loose and jiggled and wiggled the pump and shaft to no avail,its still stuck. I can slide the pump back with the shaft in it BUT not far enough to drop the front of the spline out of the selector that bolts onto the gearbox

Im a member of the Harry Ferguson Club, and have made phone calls back and foward. I have also called some locals and the guy who usually does the major work on my tractor (who happens to be on holidays ATM). Apparently twisted p.t.o. shafts were a common problem when the clutch on a slasher is set to tight and you hit something..... thats exactly how i did mine. I was told that i would need to split the tractor and pull the twisted part out the front of the pump.

I have borrowed a manual but it must be a service manual.It must be 200 pages long.

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01-02-2013 03:43:28

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 Re: preparing to split my te20 behind gearbox in reply to cameron ballarat AUS, 12-29-2012 15:24:36  
It doesn't"t take very much to jam the PTO shaft in the Pump. If you tighten the Clutch to prevent it slipping, there is no point in having the Clutch at all.No Need to remove the Top Cover. Split tractor cut PTO shaft at front of Pump as close as possible to Pump. Pull out PTO from rear without damaging the Pump if it is still tight. Be sure to carefully wash out the housing to get rid of all the metal when you cut the shaft. Drop The Pump and clean that too, DON"T start dismantling the Pump or you could make more work for yourself. Use NEW gaskets throughout when you re-assemble. If you need more info about this, email to and I will send it to you...John(UK).....

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Charles in Aus.

12-29-2012 16:42:59

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