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1750 PTO shaft o-ring replacement

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03-24-2014 18:48:14

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Replaced clutch in this 1750. Reinstalled PTO Shaft ok.

need to know what size o-ring and lock ring to use. Also any info re installing o-ring and spacer/plug and lock ring would be greatly appreciated.

Clutch A=ok now and PTO works ok , problem is oil leak due to need of o-ring.

I have service manual however size and installation of o-ring not mentioned.

Thanks for any help offered.

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03-25-2014 05:02:57

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 Re: 1750 PTO shaft o-ring replacement in reply to 1750guy, 03-24-2014 18:48:14  
I don't have the part number right in front of me for that o-ring,but pretty sure you'll have to get it right from Agco. It's less than a dollar,but it's thicker than the ones in an assortment at the auto parts store. I tried two different ones in my 1850,one from the store kit,one from my own assortment,they both leaked.
As far as putting it together,you put the o-ring in,slide the plug in with a piece of half inch threaded rod,then put the snap ring in with a pair of needle nose pliers.

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03-25-2014 16:13:51

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 Re: 1750 PTO shaft o-ring replacement in reply to rrlund, 03-25-2014 05:02:57  
Thanks for the reply. I worked it out this morning and it is a-ok now. I wish to thank you for the prompt reply

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