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AC 180 DSL PTO PROBLEM

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KEN

07-09-2003 13:17:23




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HELP, I BOUGHT A USED AC 180 DIESEL. THE PTO IS NOT LIVE. I HAVE A PROBLEM WITH THE PTO WANTING TO JUMP OUT OF THE ENGAGED POSITION A LOT. RECENTLY THE PTO HAS FOUND ITS WAY TO A HALF-WAY POSITION. NOT ENGAGED OR DISENGAGED? I SPOKE WITH THE INDIVIDUAL I PURCHASED THE TRACTOR FROM AND HE CLAIMS TO HAVE HAD THE TRACTOR WORKED ON TWO TIMES FOR THIS PROBLEM. CURRENTLY THE PTO LEVER WILL NOT MOVE AT ALL. I AM PTO-LESS. HAS ANYONE HAD A SIMILAR EXPERIENCE WITH THIS MODEL. I REALLY LIKE THE TRACTOR AND WOULD LIKE ANY ADVICE ON WHAT TO LOOK TO DO. THANKS FOR YOUR RESPONSE

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dd

07-10-2003 20:30:21




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 Re: AC 180 DSL PTO PROBLEM in reply to KEN, 07-09-2003 13:17:23  
The only thing that I can think of (and I'm doing it from memory) is in the area of the lever that turns the pto on is a slide with detent in it. On mine that has froze up once and I had to adjust it or something. If thats where the problem is once you see it it should be self-explanatory, much better than my memory.



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Jim

07-15-2003 14:45:15




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 Re: Re: AC 180 DSL PTO PROBLEM in reply to dd, 07-10-2003 20:30:21  
The slide collar that joins the drive to the PTO shaft is not sliding. Sometimes the splined end of the PTO shaft will burr not allowing the collar to slide.



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