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Re: jd 620 power takeoff

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Fred from MO

12-20-2012 14:34:05
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Here is a picture of the 60. I would suggest some sort of hoist for the rockshaft assembly. It is rather heavy and does not have a symetrical center of mass so it wants to tilt on you when you get it free. The old seal was a one piece. You will have to order 2 new seals and place them on the shaft back to back. You want the fluid in the transmission to stay on that side and the fluid in the PTO to stay its side. Does not hurt to pack a little grease between the 2 seals upon assembly if I remember. Pics worth a thousand words so here they are. I am assuming the 60 like mine will be very similar to your newer model. Also a good time to redo the PTO clutches if they need it and bushings etc.

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Dan Gunter

12-20-2012 17:59:41
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 Re: jd 620 power takeoff in reply to Fred from MO, 12-20-2012 14:34:05  
Thanks for the picture The tractor I'm working on is original and I will address the other issues as well. I don't know why but you can never catch all the oil. Thanks for the help



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Fred from MO

12-20-2012 14:36:45
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 Re: jd 620 power takeoff in reply to Fred from MO, 12-20-2012 14:34:05  
Also a great time to flush out the transmission fluid and PTO fluid, and rockshaft fluid as it will run all over your shop floor like in my picture!! LOL!



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jd2cylman

12-20-2012 15:28:45
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 Re: jd 620 power takeoff in reply to Fred from MO, 12-20-2012 14:36:45  
Also a great time to check the axle bearing freeplay and tighten the retaining nuts if needed!

Adrian



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