Topic: Re: 4020 broken push rod , pto brake update
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I think it"s easier to bolt the engine back in and roll the clutch housing forward. Years ago I did a few with the engine out, I made a lifting device up that bolted on where the cowl bolts on (those 4 5/16" bolts),,it worked okay but it was still kinda awkward to work with. Too bad that you didn"t check that PTO pressure first, Darn it. If I were you I would go through it now and check the brake and piston out, also the PTO clutch, if it"s warp much at all it will drag. Be sure to check that PTO idler shaft that we were talking about a while back, if it worked forward it affects the brake.
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