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Ford 9N, 2N & 8N Discussion Forum
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Rotary Cutter Shaft Connects

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Tall T

06-18-2017 22:07:54




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When the ORC is on by itself, is it common to have lots of wiggle room from the point of the split pin, even though the spline feels right? It spins fine when engages and by itself.

Also, where the shaft U-joint connects to the ORC, there is just the spring loaded lock pin, but there is also another hole passage as though another pin should go through the hole in the ORC.

the holes aren't threaded for zerks. Are they intended for push type grease guns or Grade 2 bolts?

When one has the spring loaded push pin, is that all that is necessary?

Thanks,

Terry

Any visible brown juice is coincidental; only the product name has been withheld to protect the innocent. :D

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Tall T

06-21-2017 20:53:11




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 Re: Rotary Cutter Shaft Connects in reply to Tall T, 06-18-2017 22:07:54  
Thanks boss!

Maybe it got jammed because of a PTO shaft screw up before I got it.

It came with my tractor.

I'll try gingerly turning it with a pipe wrench and the shaft immobile, in the direction of shaft travel.

If it locks up too easily after freeing it. . . I'll get another one.

T



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R Geiger

06-21-2017 19:14:51




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 Re: Rotary Cutter Shaft Connects in reply to Tall T, 06-18-2017 22:07:54  
With the PTO engaged and the engine off, I can only turn mine in one direction, so you may have a problem.



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Tall T

06-21-2017 18:54:05




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 Re: Rotary Cutter Shaft Connects in reply to Tall T, 06-18-2017 22:07:54  
Question:

I'm trying to check Overrunning Coupler function to see if it works OK, but I was under the impression that if I engaged the PTO with the engine off I should be able to turn the coupler one way but not the other.

It turns freely in both directions with the shaft immobile.

I thought I should be able to turn it freely only in one direction . . . or does it take centrifugal spin to cause the coupler to disengage the mower from the PTO??

Thanks,

Terry

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Tall T

06-20-2017 13:22:42




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 Re: Rotary Cutter Shaft Connects in reply to Tall T, 06-18-2017 22:07:54  
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Tom,

Thanks for the answers.

Terry

Soaking the heavily rusted inner shaft and sliding it back and forth. Instant black/brown rust pouring off and a slick shaft now.



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TOM N MS

06-19-2017 16:50:33




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 Re: Rotary Cutter Shaft Connects in reply to Tall T, 06-18-2017 22:07:54  
Some wiggle/wobble is normal-forget the hole near the end of the ORC-
pumpthe ORC full of grease and GO....



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