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Re: 1550 chain coupler

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02-23-2014 17:17:05

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the best but maybe not the easiest fix is to replace it with a good used or rebuilt input shaft, if the sprockets don't run true it will eat cotter pins and I have seen the chain links swing out and wreck adjacent hyd. lines

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02-24-2014 05:21:58

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 Re: 1550 chain coupler in reply to dboll, 02-23-2014 17:17:05  
Larry"s # is 512-633-5014. Also when I do this I use a clutch shaft out of a 77 or 88 with the same splines to be sure it"s straight, then tach in 4 places so it don"t pull crooked

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02-24-2014 05:45:14

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 Re: 1550 chain coupler in reply to gary spitznogle, 02-24-2014 05:21:58  
as long as a person is in it that far wouldn't it be just as well to r&r the input shaft? Putting splines behind the sprocket is going to want to pull the sprocket at an angle once the splines wear a little which they will do as a result of the point of pull not being in line with the centerline of the sprocket, sounds like a band- ade fix to me

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