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Re: pto shaft

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Bruce (VA)

07-05-2013 10:32:35

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It depends on where it's broken. If you can drain the fluid, remove the 4 bolts & pull it out, then it's an easy job.

If you can't pill it out, then the job just became a PITA because you need to cut the shaft.

Just replace the entire shaft & bearings as a unit; about $120 as I recall.

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cory eneks

07-05-2013 12:38:30

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 Re: pto shaft in reply to Bruce (VA), 07-05-2013 10:32:35  
first what is a PITA job

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07-05-2013 12:40:36

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 Re: pto shaft in reply to cory eneks, 07-05-2013 12:38:30  
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Pain in the a$$.

If you gotta cut the shaft, you'll understand. :lol:

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cory eneks

07-05-2013 12:50:29

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 Re: pto shaft in reply to JCinKY, 07-05-2013 12:40:36  
so basicly the shaft and the bearings should all come out together,,,and the kit should go back in????????

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07-05-2013 12:56:28

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Yup. Drain the oil, 4 bolts, yank the old one out. Everything comes out together. Shaft, seal, bearing.

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Dell (WA)

07-05-2013 12:57:45

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 Re: pto shaft in reply to cory eneks, 07-05-2013 12:50:29  
Cory.......sometimes you can park yer tractor nose deep in a ditch so you don't haffta drain 5-gals of hydro-tranny oil. ...otherwize... ittza oil in the armpits job draining all 3"-drains. As said, replace yer ENTIRE PTO shaft with its built-in bearings and seals. Recommend the modern 1-3/8" PTO shaft. .......clean pits Dell

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