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Re: 1550 pto housing removal

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greg oliver

02-22-2014 10:24:36

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Did you remove three bolts from flange on rear end housing .I use open end wrench to get them out.There will be long shaft attached that goes all the way up to engine clutch . Hope this helps.Greg

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02-22-2014 12:20:23

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 Re: 1550 pto housing removal in reply to greg oliver, 02-22-2014 10:24:36  
Thanks guys. I got the 3 bolts out and it stated to move but seems to be hung up. It is the single speed.

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J. W. S.

02-22-2014 14:13:48

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 Re: 1550 pto housing removal in reply to Dirtpusher, 02-22-2014 12:20:23  
We used to have a 3 foot wrecking bar in the shop that was our "special" PTO removal tool. Position the nail pulling end behind the clutch and get the other end a little push. Also make yourself 2 1/2 inch alignment pins and thread them into two of the PTO mounting gear box holes. Slide the repaired gear box on these and then install the other two bolts not quite snug. On the older tractors that bearing also seats a little bit into the transmission case. That way everything will line up properly and then you can tighten the 2 bolts, remove the alignment pins and then install the other 2 half inch bolts.

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greg oliver

02-22-2014 12:42:24

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 Re: 1550 pto housing removal in reply to Dirtpusher, 02-22-2014 12:20:23  
Some times you turn shaft a little as you pull back on pto unit.I have taken my 1555 out many times.Good luck Greg

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