Joe, I've noticed you posting about 430-530's. I bought a 530CK COM diesl. It has no pto. I would like to install a pto. I think I have a pto that I got with a 630 non COM project tractor. It is an independent pto. I beleive the COM takes an independent pto w/ the clutches? What do I need to do to the 530CK to install a pto? Thanks for any info.
Re: JOE (WA) PTO question in reply to dick benson, 01-30-2015 18:36:01
I am by no means an expert on the small Case tractors, but since you have had trouble getting answers I will add this. I seem to remember somewhere that I read that a PTO cannot be fit into the tractors with the reverser. I hope an expert chimes in. Just something to check out before tearing in.
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