I just purchased a Allis Chalbers B from a farmer. I brought it home and tore it down and got it running pretty good. I even hooked up an old brush beater and used it. I didn't seem to have any problems with it. until today I tryed to kick the pto in and it didn't come on, but the shaft that the belt mower hooks up to is turning as usual. Does anyone have any idea where I need to start looking? Thanks KW
Re: pto problems in reply to KW Hartley, 05-07-2002 14:48:22
From the description you provide, I suspect the woodruff key that couples the pto shaft to an internal gear that drives the belt pulley shaft is sheared. Looks like the pto housing will have to be removed in order to replace that key.
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