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TEA-20 PTO: broken bits and pieces

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12-24-2013 15:01:37

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Merry Christmas! Could someone shed some light on the name and function of the twisted bits of metal in the first picture? I believe they are the parts circled in red in the second pic.

Backstory: In about 1980 the little fergie was slammed backwards into a wall and the PTO shaft driven forwards, likely causing the damage in the photo. Since then the PTO has been difficult to engage. Last week I broke a selector (1st / 2nd) and had to crack her open to replace it. While I'm there I'd like to fix the PTO issue, but the manual isn't telling me much.

Apologies for the non-linked pics, the forum won't like me insert pictures yet :(

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12-25-2013 07:54:43

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 Re: TEA-20 PTO: broken bits and pieces in reply to Etrius, 12-24-2013 15:01:37  
I have a lot of Transmission parts if you find you need something. This includes the parts circled in red in the second picture.


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12-24-2013 20:33:25

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 Re: TEA-20 PTO: broken bits and pieces in reply to Miner09, 12-24-2013 15:01:37  
Yeah, first thing I thought of was the hydraulic pump getting a jolt forward a couple inches. Are you sure it isn't a US made TO20? Cause one piece looks like a bullet from the Kennedy assassination, others look to be part of the Roswell UFO wreckage......

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12-24-2013 19:59:59

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 Re: TEA-20 PTO: broken bits and pieces in reply to Etrius, 12-24-2013 15:01:37  
Yes, this would be the time to correct the PTO problem. I think once you start disassembling the problems will be obvious. Look for sheared snap rings, broken bearing races and broken bearing retainers.

Probably be a good idea to disassemble the hydraulic pump and take a look at the valves, see if anything's worn, broken or ground up metal that doesn't belong there.

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12-24-2013 16:53:29

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 Re: TEA-20 PTO: broken bits and pieces in reply to Etrius, 12-24-2013 15:01:37  
I don't believe you will find a section in the manual telling you how to fix the PTO after smacking a wall in reverse. . . Just sayin'. . .

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