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PTO Pulley

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08-16-2010 19:43:10

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Is the Pto shaft on a 2n and 9n smaller than a 8n? The reason I ask is I have a Pto pulley that was suppose to fit on a 8n but the 8n pto shaft is just a little bigger than the female end on the pulley. If not what could this pulley have been on?

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08-17-2010 18:41:15

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 Re: PTO Pulley in reply to Durkee, 08-16-2010 19:43:10  
Thanks for the Info guys! Now here's my next problem. I bought that belt pulley and a 3pt buzz saw,I since have sold my 8n and bought a MF 50 which has the 1 3/8" pto also other wise the pulley would bolt right up to the MF. Are the 1 3/8 belt pulleys hard to find? I sure would like to be able to use this buzz saw! Thanks again!

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BDT in Minnesota

08-17-2010 10:09:26

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 Re: PTO Pulley in reply to Durkee, 08-16-2010 19:43:10  
Like the other fellers mention, Your 8N has the updated 1 3/8" pto shaft... To use the pulley set up, just find one of the old style 1 1/8" pto shafts, complete with the bearing housing. Then, simply park the tractor on a downhill incline, remove the four bolts that hold the bearing housing and swap out shafts..

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08-17-2010 04:47:42

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 Re: PTO Pulley in reply to Durkee, 08-16-2010 19:43:10  
The posters below are correct, Durkee.

Ns were originallyequipped with the then standard 1 1/8" PTO shaft and many many PTO pulleys for 1 1/8" shafts were made and sold.

Most Ns have subsequently been retrofitted with the now standard 1 3/8" PTO shaft.

By the time that the 1 3/8" shaft became common, few folks were still using belt driven equipment so few PTO pulleys for 1 3/8" PTO shafts were sold. As a result, these PTO pulleys are much less common.


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08-17-2010 02:44:07

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 Re: PTO Pulley in reply to Durkee, 08-16-2010 19:43:10  
You need an adaptor,or overrunning coupler to have a 1-3/8 spline at the pto output.Either one would get the same results,but with an ORC,you get safer operation of bushog,etc.---lha

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Den N Ms

08-16-2010 20:41:41

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 Re: PTO Pulley in reply to Durkee, 08-16-2010 19:43:10  
The pto shaft has been replaced from a 1 1/8" to a 1 3/8" new style shaft.

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