Posted by Jared L on October 11, 2012 at 09:50:37 from (188.8.131.52):
Hi I am fixing up my dads 1955 oliver super 55 for a early xmas present and i have a few questions.
there is a part that is located below the distributor that has a silver part coming from it. To me it looks like a cable of some sort would plug into it, im thinking its for the tach but im not sure.
The pto shaft spins all the time but has no power as i can stop it with my boot.I have pulled the pto inspection plate and found what looks to have been a mouse haven inside, I did not see any pieces of the pto clutch laying about and the adjustment "nut" seems to have never been adjusted. I have cleaned out all could reach with a shop vac but from what i have read dirt and oil between the plates can cause the shaft to spin could I use some type of spray cleaner such as brake cleaner on the cluctch to attempt to further clean it up?
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