Topic: Hey...soundguy or others PTO (quick question)
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I was just wanting to verify if possible, that from the parts diagram for hundred series, 850 to be exact, that the following (6) parts are what would be needed to rebuild the pto bearing/seal assembly, as stated in a previous post mine has typical end play and leaks oil.
Attached link is CNH parts page from their website and it looks like part #s (from exploded view not actual part numbers)
5, 6, 7, 2, 8, 9 are what you need or appears so. I figured the oem shaft if original would be better quality and the savings from not buying a complete kit would be best spent on replacing fluids. Reason I ask is I've never had one out, looks straight forward to replace those parts just like was said in the previous post and I do apologize if this seems redundant, I see the parts guy I used to deal with at the old ford dealership, he was great when I did the brakes on this one and actually at one time the old ford dealer was our competitor, was just us and them separated by the river. They don't appear to be excessive in price, all 6 parts show and add up to $56.47 or so.
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