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Re. Allis B twisted my PTO shaft in two

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07-08-2020 20:22:05

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I am wondering where the oil tube connects, in the rear end, when I slide the PTO housing in place? On either tractor, I didn't see a hole, or other device, to accept the end of the oil tube. Both PTO housings have the tube attatched, to them. Does the oil tube just hang in the air, above the ring gear? Also I am guessing, that I will have to make my own gasket for the housing, to mate up with the rear end. YT does not seem to offer this gasket, nor the hyd pump gasket. Some one who knows, please answer about the oil tube! This is what is holding up installation! THANKS

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07-12-2020 01:12:13

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 Re: Re. Allis B twisted my PTO shaft in two in reply to Ralphwd45, 07-08-2020 20:22:05  
I thought I would get back with you guys, and give a report of my progress. I got the housing installed, and It works good. I did manage to mash the heck out of my left thumb, in the process. I guess that is the price of being careless! Well it is back to mowing now that it is fixed!

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07-09-2020 10:26:07

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 Re: Re. Allis B twisted my PTO shaft in two in reply to Ralphwd45, 07-08-2020 20:22:05  
Thanks 4wdtom! I didn't realize that the long tube was the pump discharge tube. It makes sense now. I reckon that the pump intake, is the reason , for the gasket forming a dam at the bottom!

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07-09-2020 11:04:20

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 Re: Re. Allis B twisted my PTO shaft in two in reply to Ralphwd45, 07-09-2020 10:26:07  
The "dam" will help keep the hydraulics working for a while while going down a steep hill where all the oil runs to the front- transmission end.

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07-09-2020 07:03:36

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 Re: Re. Allis B twisted my PTO shaft in two in reply to Ralphwd45, 07-08-2020 20:22:05  
If the suction tube is positioned where it will draw oil it is OK. It doesn't matter much where the discharge tube goes. If it is discharging onto the ring gear that is probably a good thing. the pump unit is self contained and as long as it can get oil from the gearbox it doesn't matter much where it discharges the surplus. You should be able to unbolt one and slide another in with no problem. Making a gasket is not all that difficult. Doesn't need to be all that thick either as both surfaces are machined. I would think .020" or .025" would be fine. If you want you could put a thin film of silicone gasket sealer on each surface.

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