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Re: drive hub for massey 165

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Don-Wi

12-03-2012 19:53:02
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When we bought a new hub for our 165 (continental gas) it came as the left handed threads, and the previous was splined. I just made up a shaft with the left handed threads on that side and put a key on the other. In all honesty, that's probably your best bet. Any shaft that the dealer had was much too short, and had to be spliced to make it long enough to stick out the front far enough to couple with the pump.

Donovan from Wisconsin

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hess

12-04-2012 09:32:29
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 Re: drive hub for massey 165 in reply to Don-Wi, 12-03-2012 19:53:02  
Thanks for your reply, This loader came off of a 35 furguson w/ virtually no mods. to frame believe it or not. Would be a shame to abandon the front pump and opt for running off the rear of tractor. Located a 17-1/4" shaft from agco. This clears the front end w/ 3' to the morflex. May need to check on a threaded shaft that length, and go ahead and convert to the threaded hub, which I believe is still available.

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hess

12-04-2012 13:32:38
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 Re: drive hub for massey 165 in reply to hess, 12-04-2012 09:32:29  
I have located the threaded hub, and two different shafts. One is 14-1/8' and the other is 15-7/8'. These have internal splines, 13 I think. Did you obtain an adapter from spline to keyway on the pump end? Thanks.



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