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Re: John Deere M part help

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02-20-2013 10:16:41

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Picture Attached I hope

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02-21-2013 10:16:56

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 Re: John Deere M part help in reply to farrviewsouth, 02-20-2013 10:16:41  
Thank you both for your time and effort with this.
The M is complete, all parts installed and runs like a kitten. We return it to the student next week. It was his grandfathers tractor and it is nice to send it home for another generation
Lakes Region FFA

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James Howell

02-20-2013 10:42:23

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 Re: John Deere M part help in reply to farrviewsouth, 02-20-2013 10:16:41  
Those are special cap screws M 345 T.

They go on the bottom of the rear cover and are used with the power shaft shield.

The photo below shows two very dirty, greasy, special cap screws at the rear cover on "Sparky" our 51M.

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Hope this helps.

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02-20-2013 16:54:25

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 Re: John Deere M part help in reply to James Howell, 02-20-2013 10:42:23  
Thank you for the reply. Our m has a hinged pto shield and the posts it hinges on seem to be cast in. I will look again tomorrow for the bolts you refer to. Am I correct we are both talking about the pto shield? And what is the wheel I see in your picture?

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02-21-2013 03:00:09

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 Re: John Deere M part help in reply to Farrviewsouth, 02-20-2013 16:54:25  
Yes, power shaft shield is the name used in the parts catalog for what we call the pto shield.

bill mart identified the wheel.

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02-20-2013 17:25:59

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 Re: John Deere M part help in reply to Farrviewsouth, 02-20-2013 16:54:25  
the wheel is to drive attachments,like a planter/fertilizer. Bill

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