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Allis Chalmers WD45 PTO quit

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07-29-2015 03:48:27

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My PTO quit turning but shear pin is in tact. Did I do something to the transmission?

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07-29-2015 08:59:26

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 Re: Allis Chalmers WD45 PTO quit in reply to roadkrider, 07-29-2015 03:48:27  
re what Bill said- there is a bit of exposed shaft between the gearbox and the head of the pto shaft where you could see if it is turning inside the head. Beyond that, I"d drop the box to check internal gears and the shifter fork. Also make sure the shifter lever set screw is tight

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07-29-2015 09:55:49

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 Re: Allis Chalmers WD45 PTO quit in reply to JMS/.MN, 07-29-2015 08:59:26  
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Thanks guys I'll check this as soon as I Get back to the farm though I'm pretty sure the stub shaft turns in the gear box as well

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07-29-2015 08:24:27

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 Re: Allis Chalmers WD45 PTO quit in reply to roadkrider, 07-29-2015 03:48:27  
It's possible for the shear bolt to shear and the head and nut ends will remain in the hole making it appear "intact". Remove the complete shear bolt to see if this has happened. They sell shear bolts on E-Bay for $12. Me, I went to the hardware store and bought some shoulder bolts that were designed for wagon (as in Radio Flyer) axles that worked just as good and cost a lot less.

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07-31-2015 10:28:43

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 Re: Allis Chalmers WD45 PTO quit in reply to Bill(Wis), 07-29-2015 08:24:27  
Yes, I ALWAYS drill both ends of that bolt and Safety them so they won't jam against the casting if the bolt should shear..

Be Genital ALWAYS with that PTO and NEVER engage it before you slip the transmission in gear..!!


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