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180 PTO lever

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Kyle Fenstermaker

03-24-2010 09:40:11

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I just recently bought a 1968 model 180 allis and was wondering what year they put the PTO engage lever on the dash? I've looked at other 180's and the lever is on the dash, mine is on the floor next to the clutch pedal, like on a 175.

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Kyle Fenstermaker

03-24-2010 11:35:21

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 Re: 180 PTO lever in reply to Kyle Fenstermaker, 03-24-2010 09:40:11  
Ok, that explains that! I guess I'll look to find the original linkage parts and lever. Thanks

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03-24-2010 11:56:00

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 Re: 180 PTO lever in reply to Kyle Fenstermaker, 03-24-2010 11:35:21  
Did you get your hydraulic pump primed & working?

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03-24-2010 10:53:33

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 Re: 180 PTO lever in reply to Kyle Fenstermaker, 03-24-2010 09:40:11  
Kyle - all of them had the PTO lever on the left dash whether mechanical or hydraulic engagement. I'm guessing the one you have is the manual engagement and someone didn't like all the linkages and put a lever off a D17/170/175 on yours next to the gearshift and pulled the dash lever/linkages. Mike

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