Re: Ford 800, PTO engaging problem in reply to philcoinms, 04-09-2013 13:06:26
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As old already said, you should pull the round plate off the left side where the PTO shift lever is to see what you've got first. You may be able to fix it without splitting the tractor, but we can't tell you for sure until we know the exact nature of the problem.
And no, the shifter on the 800 series is not the same as on an N series. They function in a similar fashion, but the exact parts and layout are different.
Re: Ford 800, PTO engaging problem in reply to soundguy, 04-02-2013 16:15:01
I have seen some very odd problems over the years and a simple bad bearing or snap ring can and will cause some very odd problems from time to time. Like on my 1980 Chev lock out hubs having the snap ring in the wrong place it has two place makes it so the lock out will not lock in
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