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TO 35 Hydraulic pump

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guitarfule

04-14-2018 06:44:54




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I'm working on a TO 35. The hydraulic pump split. Went to install the new pump and put the pto shaft in and the pto shaft will not slide into the hydraulic pump needle bearing. The pto shaft is all the way into the housing but I come up about 1/4 away from the hydraulic pump shaft. I got the new pump from all states ag, they said it would fit. Problem is when I removed old pump it was in 2 pieces and I'm not sure if the shafts should attach or not, sure looks like they should. See attached picture.

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John Deere D

04-17-2018 09:02:38




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 Re: TO 35 Hydraulic pump in reply to guitarfule, 04-14-2018 06:44:54  

Info: Picture..

Bob......



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John Deere D

04-17-2018 08:08:09




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 Re: TO 35 Hydraulic pump in reply to guitarfule, 04-14-2018 06:44:54  

Has PTO SHAFT shifted AFT...?



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John Deere D

04-17-2018 07:55:36




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 Re: TO 35 Hydraulic pump in reply to guitarfule, 04-14-2018 06:44:54  

Several pics:



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John Deere D

04-16-2018 23:23:17




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 Re: TO 35 Hydraulic pump in reply to guitarfule, 04-14-2018 06:44:54  

Pictures of a NEW HYD. PUMP Installed in my MF FE 35 X...1963

Bob...Owner operator MF FE 35 X....1963

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Davidj

04-14-2018 10:43:01




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 Re: TO 35 Hydraulic pump in reply to guitarfule, 04-14-2018 06:44:54  
Isn't there a toothed sleeve, held in place by a cotter pin thorough the shaft, that serves as the drive for the pump and rear pto?



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guitarfule

04-16-2018 05:40:36




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 Re: TO 35 Hydraulic pump in reply to Davidj, 04-14-2018 10:43:01  
The toothed sleeve is on the front of the pump held with a cotter pin. There are no holes on the rear hydraulic pump shaft or front of the pto shaft. On there rear of the pump is the gear that slides/shifts for the pto to be coupled either neutral, with engine, and with rear end.



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Steve@Advance

04-14-2018 09:15:49




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 Re: TO 35 Hydraulic pump in reply to guitarfule, 04-14-2018 06:44:54  
There were a lot of changes in the pumps over the years. Not sure what will fit and what won't.

Even though the old pump is broken, you should be able to do some comparison measurements.

If the dimensions look the same, try getting the shafts coupled up first, then align the mount bolts. Just be sure there is no binding.



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miner09

04-14-2018 09:09:52




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 Re: TO 35 Hydraulic pump in reply to guitarfule, 04-14-2018 06:44:54  
Do you have the 2 pump bolts in housing in place?



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guitarfule

04-14-2018 09:27:50




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 Re: TO 35 Hydraulic pump in reply to miner09, 04-14-2018 09:09:52  
Yes both pins holding the pump are in but not tight. As per the service manual says to install pto shaft and tighten pin last starting with the right hand side.



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