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Re: Ideas to attach PTO Engage Lever on D17-IV?

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Craig MO

06-19-2002 19:28:49




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You can drill the lever and then bend it a little more and reweld to lever. If you get it too hot the oring will leak and then can split it to replace oring and while there can replace the lever assembly. Usually have about 50/50 sucess welding levers back on.




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larry

06-25-2002 10:21:33




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 Re: Re: Ideas to attach PTO Engage Lever on D17-IV? in reply to Craig MO, 06-19-2002 19:28:49  
Thanks for the info, Craig. Given my welding, I am not likely to have any success and should probably just open it up and replace the shaft--something I was hoping to avoid--oh well.
Larry



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joe

06-26-2002 18:53:35




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 Re: Re: Re: Ideas to attach PTO Engage Lever on D17-IV? in reply to larry, 06-25-2002 10:21:33  
ya could always take it to the scrapyared



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