Posted by Ultradog MN on August 16, 2012 at 13:47:13 from (126.96.36.199):
In Reply to: Ford 2n PTO posted by old BR on August 16, 2012 at 10:15:26:
old BR, Simple job. Drain the oil in the rear end and remove 4 bolts. PTO shaft will slide right out. If you are going to do much wrenching on that tractor it would behoove you to pick up an I&T FO-4 manual. Available from this site, or any place like Fleet Farm, Tractor Supply, even Ebay or Amazon. About $25-$30. Lots and lots of good info, specs, pictures and diagrams that will assist you in keeping your tractor running. Money well spent. PS, Welcome to the N Board. The best site on the whole internet for info, comraderie, BS, friendship, bragging and even a little arguing about these great little Fords.
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