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WD45 PTO removal

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Guy

09-20-2003 14:44:09




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Does anyone hane any hints to help me out removing the PTO shaft from the hanger bearing.
Thought it would just slide off, but not having any luck.
Thanks.




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wdTom

09-21-2003 18:06:35




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 Re: WD45 PTO removal in reply to Guy, 09-20-2003 14:44:09  
My parts book does not show anythingholding the bearing onto the shaft, would do as Sid suggested. Are you replacing the housing because of the broken ear? I would try welding the piece back on. Short welds in cast iron usually work OK and aren't too hard to do with nickel cast iron rods. Even more likely to work if you make a steel peice to replace the missing broken off part I think. The less cast iron involved the better.

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Scott A, MO

09-20-2003 19:05:24




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 Re: WD45 PTO removal in reply to Guy, 09-20-2003 14:44:09  
Guy, there is a snap ring behind both seals that retains the bearing in the housing. You have to remove the seals to gain access to the snap rings. If you need an exploded view of the housing, brgs, etc, e-mail me at saajka@gbronline.com I'll send you a picture. good luck. Scott.



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Guy

09-20-2003 20:34:04




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 Re: Re: WD45 PTO removal in reply to Scott A, MO, 09-20-2003 19:05:24  
Thanks, but I think the snap rings hold the bearing into the carrirer, I am trying to get the bearing off the shaft.



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Sid

09-21-2003 08:00:25




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 Re: Re: Re: WD45 PTO removal in reply to Guy, 09-20-2003 20:34:04  
From the looks of you picture that assembly appears to have been painted after assembly. I would suspect that some paint removal needs to take place before things are going to come apart. I would try removing the seals and snap rings. Then I would apply some PB Blaster or some such product. I would then clean the shaft. Then I would take a pipe that would slip over the shaft and try driving the bearing off.

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