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1190 case bent pto shaft

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Jason in TX

05-13-2009 19:25:14

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I am looking at an 1190 case a friend has for sale. It has a bent pto shaft from the driveline breaking loose on a shredder.

How hard are they to pull and replace, do you have to split the tractor, or does it just pull out from the rear with a retainer ring?

How much does a replacement shaft cost?

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05-14-2009 03:30:28

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 Re: 1190 case bent pto shaft in reply to Jason in TX, 05-13-2009 19:25:14  
ithink you better to take off the pto housing before you do drain the oil and take off the small hyd vacuum filter switch underneath the housing two 7/16" bolts and take off as much weight off it as possible, you will have to take off the cover with the 4 3/4" nuts workshop manual says to drive pto shaft backwards there is a split ring in front of the rearmost gear should be straight forward from there, when you are putting back the pto housing on the tractor i use two guide bolts makes it a bit easier,it's a bit longwinded but hope this helps you.
This post was edited by casestudy at 03:32:05 05/14/09.

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