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PTO Pulley

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Bopo

06-03-2011 07:11:36




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Is there a Pulley that slips onto the PTO Shaft that protrudes straight out the rear of the Model 'C' tractor that anyone is aware of and if so, what is the diameter of it? I already have a Woods Mower using the Angle Shaft.

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Jeff B.

06-04-2011 20:49:06




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 Re: PTO Pulley in reply to Bopo, 06-03-2011 07:11:36  
If you go to an industrial bearing supply house they will have everything you need. Find out the rpm you need the pump to turn and the rpm of the pto. Spline sizes and count and that will be it. They have formulas that they can use to determine the proper size pulleys to obtain the desired rpm. I worked in one of these places, and part of what they do is configure chain and belt ratios for turning conveyor belts and pumps, such as what you"re doing.

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Bopo

06-05-2011 06:42:37




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 Re: PTO Pulley in reply to Jeff B., 06-04-2011 20:49:06  
Jeff,

Thanks for the info. That sounds like a great idea. I hope I can still locate the required rpm for the Century-Fox Model 15A62 pump. You see, it has never been used but is several years old. The farmer just never got to use it.

Of course, he had lost the papers that originally came with it. I'm sure I'll find that info somewhere.Thanks



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Dick L

06-03-2011 10:03:41




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 Re: PTO Pulley in reply to Bopo, 06-03-2011 07:11:36  
The Allis Chalmers cycle bar mowers used a pulley on the power take off shaft. I see them on Ebay now and then. Like old said you can make one up. I thiink you can get the parts that thread together that do not need welded to make up what you need. That would give you a pulley diameter choice also.



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Bopo

06-04-2011 13:30:55




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 Re: PTO Pulley in reply to Dick L, 06-03-2011 10:03:41  
I'm trying to hook up a aftermarket Hydaulic Pump and Cylinder that was made to fit this tractor with a proper mounting bracket ( which I can make). The Pump has a 1/2" shaft that will need a pulley but I don't know what size of pulleys (Pump and PTO) I will need. Any Ideas out there?



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Bopo

06-03-2011 19:29:10




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 Re: PTO Pulley in reply to Dick L, 06-03-2011 10:03:41  
Thanks guys,

I will try those sources and take it from there.
I knew I would find what I wanted from this site. I love it.



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old

06-03-2011 08:36:10




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 Re: PTO Pulley in reply to Bopo, 06-03-2011 07:11:36  
That is an easy fix. Go to any good farm and home place and you can buy a spline part that will fit the PTO shaft and a weld on pulley from about 3 inches up to well over 14 inches. When I got my C it needed a pulley for the sickle bar mower and that is how I fixed that problem and didn't brake the bank either



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Bopo

06-10-2011 08:36:19




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 Re: PTO Pulley in reply to old, 06-03-2011 08:36:10  
I just learned from the farmer I got the pump and cylinder from that the Size of the PTO Pulley is just larger than the pulley on the pump, but that the actual size is not critical. So now it's on to the pulley store.

Next I have to learn how to mount the Cylinder into the lift system......



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