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1030 PTO adjustment

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FarmerBrawn

03-28-2011 06:58:10




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Any wisdom on adjusting the PTO clutch? The PTO kicks in and out and seems to engage well and stay in but it doesnt "snap". I havent run it to see if the clutch slips. I want to get it right before I pull it out of the shop.




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jerry he

03-29-2011 05:44:05




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 Re: 1030 PTO adjustment in reply to FarmerBrawn, 03-28-2011 06:58:10  
Grind a notch in a long screwdriver end to use on the pin. 1030 has left handed threads 930 has right. We just put a 1030 clutch in a 930 and someday someone will not be happy at adjustment time
unless we can mark it someway



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crl800

03-28-2011 16:51:21




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 Re: 1030 PTO adjustment in reply to FarmerBrawn, 03-28-2011 06:58:10  
I also know about a string on the wrench. dont ask why, we will just say I spent some time with a bendable magnet.



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dwag

03-28-2011 18:37:47




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 Re: 1030 PTO adjustment in reply to crl800, 03-28-2011 16:51:21  
Lucky U, I had to pull the PTO Housing!



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karlh

03-28-2011 07:19:35




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 Re: 1030 PTO adjustment in reply to FarmerBrawn, 03-28-2011 06:58:10  
one more thing... if you are going to adjust the brake you might want to tie a string from your arm to the wrench in case you drop it (don't ask how i know)



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4430

03-28-2011 08:04:47




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 Re: 1030 PTO adjustment in reply to karlh, 03-28-2011 07:19:35  
Is this adjustment the same on the 930's ?



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karlh

03-28-2011 07:17:43




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 Re: 1030 PTO adjustment in reply to FarmerBrawn, 03-28-2011 06:58:10  
There is a hand hole cover on the right side of the case. you remove the bolts and the cover and with a flashlight you will see the pto clutch assy. you need to rotate it with a prybar until you see a pin. you slide the pin back and rotate the clutch assy. the pin snaps back in every quarter turn or so... so it's a PIA. but have some patents.....maybe someone will chime in with a copy of the procedure from the book.

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FarmerBrawn

03-28-2011 07:32:35




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 Re: 1030 PTO adjustment in reply to karlh, 03-28-2011 07:17:43  
I have messed with the clutch pack and 10-4 on the wrench!

Which way tightens it? I have moved it several clicks and havent noticed a difference.



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karl h

03-28-2011 19:28:43




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 Re: 1030 PTO adjustment in reply to FarmerBrawn, 03-28-2011 07:32:35  
Here is the service manuals directions "to tighten the clutch pull out the lock pin. carefully turn the adjusting collar up counter clockwise (when facing direction of forward travel) until the lock pin engages. after each adjustment, check engagement of the pto clutch hand lever by moving it to the fully engaged position. A properly engaged clutch will require aproximately 60-70 lbs pull at top of hand lever and will engage with a decided "snap"." Hope this helps!

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karlh

03-28-2011 08:42:07




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 Re: 1030 PTO adjustment in reply to FarmerBrawn, 03-28-2011 07:32:35  
I don't remember off the top of my head...I will get the book out tonight when I get off work



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