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PTO harry ferguson t0 30

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opie Lindsay

04-19-2010 06:14:34

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I was bush hoging saturday and the Pto would not stay in gear. I looked back at the pto and it had pulled out. Does anyone where I can get an exploded diagram for this. I would like to fix it myself but I want to have an ide of what is involved. Thanks in advance. Opie

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opie Lindsay

04-19-2010 13:46:18

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 Re: PTO harry ferguson t0 30 in reply to opie Lindsay, 04-19-2010 06:14:34  
Thanks you were right.I took it apart today. don't see where the retaing clip is or goes. Opie

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04-19-2010 17:18:18

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 Re: PTO harry ferguson t0 30 in reply to opie Lindsay, 04-19-2010 13:46:18  
There should me a machined groove in the bearing housingfor a snap ring.

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04-19-2010 09:04:33

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 Re: PTO harry ferguson t0 30 in reply to opie Lindsay, 04-19-2010 06:14:34  
The Ferguson TO-30 PTO is retained by four bolts in the housing that holds the bearing and seal housing for the shaft in the rear axle case. There is a snap ring that retains the bearing assembly and it is either worn or came out ofits slot.
Loosen the four bolts and pull it out after draining the 6 gallons of hydraulic fluid from the housing or alternately, putting the front wheels in a ditch so that the fluid moves forward. You can gwet the parts on this site or at your local MF dealer.

You should be asking this question on the Ferguson Forum. You can do an archive search there and get more info. Someone may be able to supply a page from the ferguson parts manual.

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