Okay, I am a new, proud owner of one of these work horses. After bush hogging 2 hours last weekend, my lift would not raise. I pulled it into the shop, have drained the water/fluid mix, had the top plate off, and thought I would pull the pto shaft to replace the leaking seal as well. The shaft came out suprisingly easy, but there seems to be an "undercut" area just past center from the rear. Is this normal? Is it possible for the shaft to wear enough in the pump portion to cause pump failure in the watered down hydraulic fluid? Oh, I will have a manual tomorrow, thanks.
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