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1370rod

01-10-2014 19:27:10




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Dr. gave me thumbs up to return to my routine work after a hernia repair. I get to start by repairing a PTO on a 1370. Just when you think you seen it all something different happens. A rather simple fix, but I bet this drum and shaft assy won't be cheap. Neither new or used. Rod.

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Kow Farmer

01-11-2014 19:58:25




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 Re: Back to Fixin Broken Stuff in reply to 1370rod, 01-10-2014 19:27:10  
Rod, Glad to hear you are doing good after your "repair". LOL Hope all is well there.
Kow Farmer Kurt



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McKerrow630

01-11-2014 16:50:13




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 Re: Back to Fixin Broken Stuff in reply to 1370rod, 01-10-2014 19:27:10  
Rod, didn"t know you where "layed-up" sounds like you are on the mend. Alittle shopwork is good for the soul just don"t over do it. Stay warm. God Bless



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jcmarleau

01-11-2014 09:33:56




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 Re: Back to Fixin Broken Stuff in reply to 1370rod, 01-10-2014 19:27:10  
If you do not find something closer I do have a good used pto parts. jcmarleau



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Bob

01-11-2014 09:02:21




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 Re: Back to Fixin Broken Stuff in reply to 1370rod, 01-10-2014 19:27:10  
BT,DT!

Those little PTO clutch units were sure PATHETIC for a tractor of that size/HP!



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dwag

01-11-2014 08:09:24




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 Re: Back to Fixin Broken Stuff in reply to 1370rod, 01-10-2014 19:27:10  
BTDT, PTO needs complete disassembly as brgs down stream need to be checked.



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Agri King

01-11-2014 05:49:21




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 Re: Back to Fixin Broken Stuff in reply to 1370rod, 01-10-2014 19:27:10  
I wondered where you have been Rod, sounds like you're doing good. I have seen that happen also. After years on a chopper here, but I would think you really have to be using it hard. I bet what ever they were using it on was plugged and wound the tractor up and engaged the Pto. More than once also.



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1370rod

01-11-2014 10:51:04




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 Re: Back to Fixin Broken Stuff in reply to Agri King, 01-11-2014 05:49:21  
Hi Eric, ya these guys seem as though they can break most anything. This is a first for me but it sounds as if it isn't uncommon. I got a pair of fenders off a 970 to show you. You can tell me if I should have passed on them, Rod.



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Agri King

01-12-2014 06:48:43




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 Re: Back to Fixin Broken Stuff in reply to 1370rod, 01-11-2014 10:51:04  
Sure,I would like to see them.Post them on here or send me a pic.



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Don Rudolph

01-10-2014 20:22:05




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 Re: Back to Fixin Broken Stuff in reply to 1370rod, 01-10-2014 19:27:10  
Hello Rod,

Hope you're far along on the road to recovery.

Don



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Chuck Machinist

01-10-2014 23:52:41




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 Re: Back to Fixin Broken Stuff in reply to Don Rudolph, 01-10-2014 20:22:05  
Hey Rod

Don"t get in a rush and pull your self open now! You know it will be about 8 to 12 months before you will be 100%. Glad to hear that your up and about! Chuck



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