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Re: 4020 broken push rod , pto brake update

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03-11-2013 09:39:31

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I"m at the same point with mine. Going to check the valve first, but I have an early "65 powershift without the BR port to check. Can you post a bit more about the PTO. Does it run all the time? Does it run when the tractor is first started? Will it ever shut off, certain RPM"s, below above? Did you try to see if it had "pressure" on it, or was it possibly "creep" from oil drag? How many hours are on the engine/PTO.

Mine is going to be split anyway to fix a leak on the trans, but we are going to go through the valve first as it has about 9000+ hours on it. Freshen up any springs/seals and o rings as needed.

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03-11-2013 15:20:57

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 Re: 4020 broken push rod , pto brake update in reply to dweitzel, 03-11-2013 09:39:31  
I did not run the tractor to test the pto - It was running so poorly, only 5 sets of valves were working, I did not want to run it up to 1900 rpm or something might have let go.
The owner said the pto drove a forage harvester fine but just would not shut off for years already.They tied a 2X4 under the front pto to use as a brake -it just chewed right through the 2X4...
I think it would be best to do the valve as well as the clutch and brake - the tractor has had no attention for a long time -the traction brakes are also worn out.

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