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Re: Getting the PTO bearing out.

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samn40

10-16-2013 00:50:23
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Try screwing in the pto cover it may give you something to grip, There is only the 'O' ring holding it. You may have to use a slide hammer but for all the time you need one you could make up something?....Threaded bar, a big washer and nut to catch inside the housing and something heavy to slide against a nut on the other end. Even if you can cut a pice of flat bar to fit inside the housing, drill a hole in the middle to take the threaded bar and wriggle it into place then fit the other end through something like say the 9 hole draw bar and lever it out ? Good luck.....Sam

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Jeff-oh

10-16-2013 09:42:46
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 Re: Getting the PTO bearing out. in reply to samn40, 10-16-2013 00:50:23  
Thanks. I Have plenty of TO20 covers. If they fit that give me something to grip.

By the time I got the rubbish bins out, and other required domestic chores done it was getting dark and starting to rain.

On the plus side. The bearing looked ok. From what I could see.



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