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Re: PTO update

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04-29-2013 06:47:08

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my guess is that the shaft was not in alignment to engage and could not be moved with the hog attached.. with the hog not attached.. you coul move it.

remember when i aked you to do this very test? IE.. rotate the pto shaft and try to engage it.

i seem to remember you said you did and it wouldn't.

and yet now it does?

different answers?

int he end.. if you have 3/8" of thrust play.. .. you need to fix it. they don't heal. and you can get more damage...

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04-29-2013 09:11:09

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 Re: PTO update in reply to soundguy, 04-29-2013 06:47:08  
SG - the shaft was easily rotated with hog attached hanging on limiter chains. I even tried turning it and letting it spin while trying to get the shifter in until it stopped.Tried it with the pto shaft shoved as far in as it would travel and as far out as it would come. Pulled inspection plate and tried to engage by hand.I didn't go through all that for kicks. That's the reason I pose the question about the hog shaft weight. You tell me.

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04-29-2013 11:20:40

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 Re: PTO update in reply to Billybuck, 04-29-2013 09:11:09  
i'd say you are going to find rear support issues.. plus the thrust problem ( bearing, ring.. etc.. )

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