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Re: PTO shaft Length

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12-23-2012 04:04:23

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Fairly simple to ascertain the correct length. Just hook your 990 to your tractor,turn tractor 90 degrees to cutter with NEW(used) shaft installed on tractor then set the 2 pto shafts(one installed on tractor pto & 990 shaft) side by side and cut to correct length. At the 90 degree turn the shafts will never slide any closer together than they are right then.

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12-23-2012 09:51:18

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 Re: PTO shaft Length in reply to Tx Jim, 12-23-2012 04:04:23  
Unless the tractor's front is heading up-hill..

Give it a little more slack..


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12-23-2012 10:03:38

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The hill you refer to would have to be a lot higher than I would want to drive a tractor up :wink:

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12-23-2012 10:21:52

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 Re: PTO shaft Length in reply to Tx Jim, 12-23-2012 10:03:38  
Ha..yea.. but ya never know about crossing uneven ground...!

Today's larger equipment won't give much..just breaks something..!


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