Don't they say that 90% of the people who got injured by PTO shafts knew that they were stupid and went ahead and worked on the equipment anyway? Or is it that smart common sense people just get in a rush once or twice in their lives? Of course there is always the stray grand kid who you thought was still in the house, but who wants them around anyway?
Re: Stuck PTO shaft. My way to fix the problem in reply to showcrop, 08-14-2014 17:33:50
I do not run machines when kids are around that is just flat out a NO NO and one should know if they are out there any how. Way to easy to have a rock get thrown out from under a brush hog and kill some one if they are out in the area your cutting so again goes back to common sense and knowing who what and where and knowing one should NEVER get off a tractor with the PTO spinning
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