Something's not right there. A 324/325,that carrier should be a U shaped yoke on top of about an inch rod. That rod is adjustable up and down so you can set it for the tractor you're using it on. It slips in to the end of another inch shaft that goes through the tongue. There should even be a grease zerk on the end of it to grease it where it pivots. Never saw one that was any different than that.
Re: PTO shaft in reply to rrlund, 10-09-2012 16:55:12
A little after dark inspection with a light and you are exactly right. Perfect description of the bracket. Shot it up with PB and will get at it again in the am . Thanks again. Sounds like you had one back in the day. Are those finger assemblies on the husker supposed to be different length?
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