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If it is a six cylinder gas engine it is a 40, no question. The brake I was referring to is the pto brake and you can't see it unless you unbolt the whole pto from the back of the tractor. Its not a big job but nice to have a helping hand when you want to line it back up to re-install.
Re: cochshutt mod 40 in reply to rusty6, 11-05-2012 10:12:53
|think i found the problem or what could be the |
problem. opened the drain plugs and nothing came
out. Put the heater to it this morning. Got a qt.
of water out of the transmission. About another
qt. of water out of the diff. and about 2 cup of
water out of the PTO. Took the heat off and will
let the water settle to the bottom. I'll heat it
up again tomorrow and drain again. That should fix
it ? I'll let you know tomorrow. Thanks for all
the responses and help from all. If it got to -40,
and it does here every winter ( normal ) i'm sure
the case would bust open if it wasn't drained.
Thanks again for the response. greg
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