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Re: pto shaft won't slide back in?

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04-10-2013 04:43:43

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sometimes it don't take much twist to stop one. and.. the twist might have been 'custom' fit' tothe coupler and when you put it back in you didn't get the magic spline placement inthe same 'slot' :)

so if the new one don't fit.. take the old and try it turned 1 spline at a time to see if you find one spot that magically engages ok.

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04-10-2013 16:15:51

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 Re: pto shaft won't slide back in? in reply to soundguy, 04-10-2013 04:43:43  
It must have been a twist. I picked up the new one this afternoon and it slid right in! All is well now. Thanks for everyone's help. I do have one small problem. The pto stub is now the larger size and my over run coupler is for the smaller size. Is there a sleeve that will will convert the larger stub to fit inside my orc now?

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04-10-2013 16:34:26

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 Re: pto shaft won't slide back in? in reply to gwstang, 04-10-2013 16:15:51  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to seeThings get awfully sloppy when you add more parts to all that rotates there. Sometimes the added adapter length results in need to cut bush hog drive shaft, too. Been down that road, & advise new ORC. I leave adapters to the baling wire crowd.

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04-10-2013 18:25:48

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 Re: pto shaft won't slide back in? in reply to JMOR, 04-10-2013 16:34:26  
I am thinking that is a better idea too, I'll just bite the bullet and buy a new one before I have to bush hog this spring. Thanks, Gary

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04-11-2013 05:13:13

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 Re: pto shaft won't slide back in? in reply to gwstang, 04-10-2013 18:25:48  
ditto.. get the new orc!

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