Thanks for the picture Sam. I do not have that tool but made the one from the I&T service manual I have. I read your post several times David and things are making more sense. The height does not have to be exact as long as all three fingers are the same if I am thinking correctly. You can make adjustments at the release bearing to compensate for any difference. The old pto disc had a sprung(convex) side and the new one does not so that is what had me confused about which way to install it. I hope to work on it some this evening so I am going to double check The pto disc installation. Thanks for the help.
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