Splitting the tractor seems to be a drastic measure . Stop and think a little . I would think that you have already removed the rear half of the shaft with the flange , this is the easy bit . The shaft must have twisted like a piece of barley sugar to be jammed so . Try loosening the pump first and then try to remove the shaft ,if this doesn't work then remove the top cover, you really need a dvd or to read the manual to fully understand this , by doing so you can , after loosening the pump from underneath , manipulate the pump and shaft until it hopefully is released. After cutting a shaft the back end will be full of metal debris so removing the pump and lift cylinder will allow you to clean it out thoroughly and refurbish anything that needs it. Out of interest do you know what twisted the pto shaft in the first place ?
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