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PTO Belt Pulley???

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mb58

03-30-2013 17:18:13
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Will a PTO driven flat-belt pulley that fits an 8N Ford also fit a 700 Ford?




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mgriff543

04-02-2013 02:02:50
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 Re: PTO Belt Pulley??? in reply to mb58, 03-30-2013 17:18:13  
Very cool, it sure looks like a serious chunk of iron!



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Brian Allen

04-01-2013 16:43:35
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 Re: PTO Belt Pulley??? in reply to mb58, 03-30-2013 17:18:13  
mgriff543

That looks like a vintage rock crusher.
"It makes a lot of little rocks from big ones"
I could wear it out on my farm!



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mgriff543

04-01-2013 16:31:35
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 Re: PTO Belt Pulley??? in reply to mb58, 03-30-2013 17:18:13  
Andy,

What is that device you are running with the belt?

Mike



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Andy Wickiser

04-01-2013 17:56:27
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 Re: PTO Belt Pulley??? in reply to mgriff543, 04-01-2013 16:31:35  
Mike and Brian:

That's a Diamond Iron Works 916 jaw crusher manufactured in Minneapolis Minnesota. I bought it on Ebay and found that the internals were severely cobbled up so with some welding, and fabrication I got things straightened out. Works well although I still have to build up the surfaces of the fixed and movable jaws. I've been crushing limestone, brick mortar, and concrete lately for use on the lane. The Ford 840 runs it quite well, hums along nicely at not much more than an idle, 900-1000 RPMs. The crusher has a 9" X 16" opening so it will take a fair sized rock (and hence Model 916!). Up until recently rocks have frustrated me but no more - I also have a mobile hydraulically-operated drop hammer for big stuff, will cut through 15" concrete footer.

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soundguy

03-30-2013 17:29:25
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 Re: PTO Belt Pulley??? in reply to mb58, 03-30-2013 17:18:13  
short answer.

check what pto shaft the pulley is setup for.. the 1 1/8 or the 1 3/8

then see what yer tractor has. if they are the same.. you are golden.

if yer tractor has samll and pulley is larger.. your still ok as you can use an adapter bushing.



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Larry NCKS

03-30-2013 17:29:08
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 Re: PTO Belt Pulley??? in reply to mb58, 03-30-2013 17:18:13  
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It will . . . provided one of two things:

1. the 700 is old enough to have the small PTO shaft.

OR

2. one has the spacer that goes between the pulley and tractor plus a reverse PTO adapter. I think I still know where to put my hands on this setup that my grandpa had.



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Andy Wickiser

03-31-2013 06:24:00
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 Re: PTO Belt Pulley??? in reply to Larry NCKS, 03-30-2013 17:29:08  

If using a 1 1/8 belt drive unit (more commonly found - from the days of the 8N) on a 1 3/8 PTO (more commonly found on hundred-series tractors) here is how the adaptation looks. I got the belt drive unit and extender from Ebay and the 1 3/8 to 1 1/8 adapter online from Rural King(http://www.ruralking.com/).

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Dean

03-31-2013 08:51:46
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 Re: PTO Belt Pulley??? in reply to Andy Wickiser, 03-31-2013 06:24:00  
I have a couple of the adapters pictured as well as one or two of an alternative design.

These were once readilly available commercially but I have not seen new ones available for sale for over twenty years.

Dean



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soundguy

03-31-2013 14:43:43
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 Re: PTO Belt Pulley??? in reply to Dean, 03-31-2013 08:51:46  
got any pulley and adapters fer sale? :)


one day i gotta get me one. got too many belt project ideas. and I'd rather use my fords than the vac or the allis g :)



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Dean

03-31-2013 20:30:55
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 Re: PTO Belt Pulley??? in reply to soundguy, 03-31-2013 14:43:43  
I"m far from Florida.

These things are heavy and shipping would be expensive.

Dean



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soundguy

04-02-2013 06:10:36
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 Re: PTO Belt Pulley??? in reply to Dean, 03-31-2013 20:30:55  
i hear ya..



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