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185 pto clutch removal ?

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07-22-2000 22:11:49

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I need to remove the pto clutch to get it rebuilt. I drained the oil from the pto housing and the power director housing, but the pto lever was not engaged when the tractor was last run. Do I have to put the oil back in and start the tractor back up and engage the pto lever? I'm asking this cause the shop manual says to make sure some shaft coupler is engaged before removing the pto housing or it will fall into the power director housing. I'd rather not take that apart as well cause of a mess up. Thanks alot for any help you can give.

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Sandy Lake Implement

07-23-2000 07:40:56

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 Re: 185 pto clutch removal ? in reply to LB, 07-22-2000 22:11:49  
Must be an I&T manual. They are referring to a
manual pto shifter. I bet yours is hydraulic
which means no problem

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07-23-2000 17:19:00

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 Re: Re: 185 pto clutch removal ? in reply to Sandy Lake Implement, 07-23-2000 07:40:56  
yeah it was an I&T manual. I'll give it a try as soon as time permits. I don't have any hay down right now so I should be able to get at it soon. Thanks again.

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