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Re: 2150 PTO shaft bent

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02-03-2014 16:49:29

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How many thousands is it out? Might want to have a machine shop spin it and find out, unless you can. I would think with in .004, but I'm no machinist.

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02-04-2014 05:52:32

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 Re: 2150 PTO shaft bent in reply to J.Wondergem, 02-03-2014 16:49:29  
if its bent that you can see it , it probably should be replaced , theres no way you can see even .010 of a bend & if it bent that bad it will shake the thing to pieces , maybe a machine shop with a crank straightener could bend it back , but how much will it weaken the shaft? also is it to hard to even straighten may brake? , maybe one of these other oliver guys can add some input

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Mitch Poindexter

02-04-2014 06:18:42

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 Re: 2150 PTO shaft bent in reply to jasinpa, 02-04-2014 05:52:32  
Y, I agree. Wonder how the previous owner bent the back end of the pto shaft? Guess some people can break an anvil.

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J. Schwiebert

02-04-2014 09:20:39

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 Re: 2150 PTO shaft bent in reply to Mitch Poindexter, 02-04-2014 06:18:42  
So it is bent between the hydraulic pump drive and where it is splined into the PTO clutch? Those 2 places are supports by bearings in both cases the weakest point to me being where the needle bearings are that support the pump drive. How much is it bent? Did you have the hydraulic unit off? How good are those 2 bearings? Has anyone installed pressure lube to those bearings?

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Mitch Poindexter

02-04-2014 10:02:46

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 Re: 2150 PTO shaft bent in reply to J. Schwiebert, 02-04-2014 09:20:39  
Really think it's only bent at the pto clutch splines. Without knowing, I'd guess maybe someone wrecked the pto and something came apart?

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