Posted by jd50 puller on October 17, 2013 at 20:00:16 from (126.96.36.199):
In Reply to: g john deere posted by terhow on October 17, 2013 at 18:33:48:
Back then pto's were not standardized yet as with the different lifts such as the AC snap coupler, farmall's fast hitch or the john deere 800 & 801 or Yakima hitch. Mainly so if you purchased a certain brand you had to stick with their equipment. Most pto's were 1-3/8 but some were small or larger. I have a JD h and its smaller than 1-3/8. I have a friend with a G and a GM and the GM is larger. Also 540 was not a standard PTO speed either. I'm sure there are other reasons but that's all can put towards this at the moment. Someone correct or shed more light on this subject if I faltered in my information.
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