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1850 pto shaft round 4 yee haw!

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lee little

07-23-2014 14:47:25

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Thanks to all who have helped me on this ordeal. The shaft is in!!! Only downside is I feel like a complete D.A. I am used to that and the shaft is in so I am happy. Yesterday I was talking to a friend who changes tractor tires and he mentioned he was going to go into tractor repair also. I said I will give you 100 bucks if you can get the shaft in my 1850. He said he had a buddy that used to pull olivers that he would bring along. He was supposed to come this pm after he got off work. This a m I drove about 35 miles to pick up a super C farmall and some equipment I was buying from an older gentleman.Wayne called me about 10:30 and told me they had the shaft in! After I regained consciousness I said how in the #@%& did you get that *&%!# thing back in there? He said we wiggled it and wobbled and pulled it out and put it back a time or two and it finally slid in. I am still in disbelief and I checked it when I got home and its in there. I had pulled it out and put it back between 25 and 50 times and wiggled it and wobbled it every way I could think of. I guess it goes back to what Dad used to say I must have not been holding my mouth right. Thanks again so much to everyone! This will give me n Randy more time to eat when he comes down for the 127 traffic jam. lol Thanks Lee

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07-23-2014 22:22:37

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 Re: 1850 pto shaft round 4 yee haw! in reply to lee little, 07-23-2014 14:47:25  
Sounds like that was good news for you. If your offering $100 to put the shaft in, do not advertise that too much. You will have a line of Oliver guys standing inline outside your shop.
Do not forget the 1/8 inch o-ring,plug, and snap ring.
It is too bad for Randy; there will be no bill for $135 an hour. That would have started when he left the farm.

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07-24-2014 06:28:14

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 Re: 1850 pto shaft round 4 yee haw! in reply to CAS, 07-23-2014 22:22:37  
Ya,and I was leaving here on Tuesday morning and planning to get there on Friday.

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ollie gm

07-23-2014 17:29:16

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 Re: 1850 pto shaft round 4 yee haw! in reply to lee little, 07-23-2014 14:47:25  
I have been following your shaft issues for a while and have wished I'd tossed in my 2 cents earlier. My first installation was a nightmare also. Since then I have installed many.

What I do is pretend I'm a precision index head on a machining center. I simply rotate the shaft in .0001 increments while pushing. It takes patience which I don't have and can take 15 minutes of frustration. Try it, it works.

Glad to hear you're plugged in and ready to go.

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07-23-2014 15:37:43

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 Re: 1850 pto shaft round 4 yee haw! in reply to lee little, 07-23-2014 14:47:25  
I'm just as happy as you are. I wasn't looking forward to being on my knees with sweat running in my eyes. LOL
Now you can her'er running so we can take it for a drive. If we were to take it down 127 we'd have to run in low gear for all the traffic.
I won't have to suffer the embarrassment of not being able to get it back in either now.

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07-23-2014 15:18:43

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 Re: 1850 pto shaft round 4 yee haw! in reply to lee little, 07-23-2014 14:47:25  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to seeYou shoulda wiggled and wobbled it a couple more times yourself,..i tolda you it would go in.

I hopes ye have less trouble with that other..shaft! know! :lol:

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