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Case 1175 PTO Problem

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Jamie Davis

09-25-2007 09:55:30




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I have an 1175 Case and the PTO shaft runs costantly. It started when my brother-in-law dropped a bat-wing mower off the edge a creek. When the mower went into the dirt it lugged the tractor down and in his haste to disengage the PTO, he broke the the cable off that goes to the valve body on the side of the tractor. It ultimately killed the tractor. Once I got the tractor out and replaced the cable, the PTO now runs continuously. I let the tractor set for a while, and now the 3 point will not raise either. Maybe this has nothing to do with the other problem and is just from sitting up and not being used. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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mEl

09-26-2007 04:29:16




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 Re: Case 1175 PTO Problem in reply to Jamie Davis, 09-25-2007 09:55:30  
If you have the new cable adjusted properly, so the spool is being pulled out as far as possible and the unit still drives in disengaged position there is an internal problem, probably warped drive plates in the clutch pack, the lever stops and cable adjustment should be so that full in and out travel on the spool can be accomplished as pto pressure is accomplished by proper spool travel. If you have to split the pto off, do not reuse the old brake assembly if you want the pto to shut off properly as glazing seems to occour once the unit warps and overrides the brake action, Take that from a veteran of a couple of reworks, I like the flodivider pressure set to the top of spec--210 lbs measured at the line that goes into the pto casting with the pto lever engaged. post how you make out. mEl

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