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Nick in Kansas

08-26-2010 05:43:16

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Ok, I think this has been covered before, but I am to lazy to look it up. How do I get my PTO to quit turning. I have it set probably too tight, but I never have been able to get it to totally quit dragging.

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08-26-2010 06:04:36

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 Re: DC Live PTO in reply to Nick in Kansas, 08-26-2010 05:43:16  
We had a DC on the farm and I noticed that it always creeped some when there was nothing attached. However, once you put an implement on it it was enough to stop it. IF it is a safety hazard, put the three point hitch cover over it. I didnt know that it could be "set" I guess you can readjust that pto lever---maybe it is set too loose---lever needs to pull on harder..... hmmmmm???? I"m thinking on this.

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Paul f

08-26-2010 07:29:11

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 Re: DC Live PTO in reply to Greenfrog, 08-26-2010 06:04:36  
They will spin all the time. You should be able to stop it with your foot or attaching any implement. If it still spins you need to back off your adjustment a bit. They came with a cover to be used when not in use. I guess it was cheaper than installing a PTO brake

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