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1650 pto lever

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Bob seND

07-01-2014 21:04:39

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My PTO lever is on the R side. When using it with the NH 404 Crusher I would push the lever full forward, and it would slip into the detente locked position. When I lowered the crusher to the ground with the R hydraulic lever, the PTO lever would pop out of the detente position and I would have to hold it in to keep it engaged. If I lowered the crusher with the hydraulic lever to only part way down, the PTO lever would stay engaged. What is going on here? Needless to say it was a PIA when crimping lodged alfalfa, having to hold in the PTO lever and needing to frequently raise the crusher out of the lodged crop to keep rollers from slipping.

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Traditional Farmer

07-03-2014 05:00:07

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 Re: 1650 pto lever in reply to Bob seND, 07-01-2014 21:04:39  
The lower the crusher goes down the more strain on the PTO which when its reaches a certain point it puts enough strain to pop the lever back because most likely its not going completely over center.Check the linkage for wear and for a bent rod I had to have the PTO engagement parts beefed up a few years ago on my 1650.

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Bob seND

07-02-2014 19:56:33

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 Re: 1650 pto lever in reply to duane o., 07-01-2014 21:04:39  
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J. Schwiebert-2

07-02-2014 17:16:24

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 Re: 1650 pto lever in reply to Bob seND, 07-01-2014 21:04:39  
You have a phone number or e-mail

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Bob seND

07-02-2014 06:51:04

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 Re: 1650 pto lever in reply to Bob seND, 07-01-2014 21:04:39  
No, it seems like the motion is normal with the hydraulics raised, the detente seems a good hold, and no slop in the lever.

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07-02-2014 04:48:14

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 Re: 1650 pto lever in reply to Bob seND, 07-01-2014 21:04:39  
Is there a lot of wear in the linkage so it has to move farther than was intended?

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