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Re: M5 PTO Clutch adjustment

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Brad Dixon

03-07-2013 22:02:25

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Alan, I was just re-reading your post and mine is a 61 model with the pump bolted to the back so there probably is a pipe going to the pump. How do I go about it? Do I need to unbolt the pump from the back first? I'm afraid if I lift the unit up and the pipe is attached to the back, I'll break or bend something. Glad you mentioned it because that makes sense with location of pump. If you know how to go about it, I'm all ears.

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Alan K

03-07-2013 22:58:55

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 Re: M5 PTO Clutch adjustment in reply to Brad Dixon, 03-07-2013 22:02:25  

The pump can stay on. I think it was maybe just the 1960 models that have the pipe, but I will have to look in the book to make sure. If your pump has just one small line coming out on the right side of it (when facing forward - 5 Star in picture but early M5 used the same pump) it will have the pipe between the tel-o-flo lift and rear end housing. I think it is about a 1/2 diameter and about 1 or 1 1/4" long. If your hydraulic pump has external plumbing with a large line on each side it wont have the pipe.

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Alan K

03-07-2013 23:00:59

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 Re: M5 PTO Clutch adjustment in reply to Alan K, 03-07-2013 22:58:55  
Forgot to add....if it does have the pipe as long as you go straight up off of the rear end with the lift and know the pipe is there you shouldnt have any problems, just keep an eye out for it. I have one to do myself on my M5.

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