I"ve had mine apart several times. Each time it is really hard to get it lined up. Do as the previous poster suggested and turn the PTO shaft to get the splines lined up. Then, get down close to the tractor and look through the bolt holes to make sure everything is aligned. It may help to get a long metal rod to go through the bolt holes to make sure they are in line. Having said all this, I usually end up drawing the tractor together with bolts the last inch. It always scares me to do that, but after working on it for hours I give in. Terry
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