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Way too much play in PTO shaft. You can get a whole new assembly form this site for approx $150ish. Or order the bearings, seal and snap ring. I would get the seal from CNH, as the Tisco ones are junk. Check the bearing holder for wear also. If the bearing retainer or shaft are worn, it will be just as cheap to get the whole assembly.
I would not use water in the hydro compartment, some brake clean is OK, but would prefer diesel. Same with rear end. As long as you have hydro drained, drain rear, fix PTO shaft and refill with 134D fluid. I use 134D in all three sumps. Will need 2 5 gallon buckets to do all 3 sumps.
Looks like a nice tractor, just needs some TLC
This post was edited by cbrown9064 at 18:13:03 04/05/14.
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