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11-07-2019 15:25:18

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Hi, someone would have the manual shop ?and could tell me : what is the torqe spec for the nut on pto shaft. thanks

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11-08-2019 05:07:11

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 Re: spec torque case 430 in reply to sb101case, 11-07-2019 15:25:18  
Could you also post the nut for the end of the shaft, the parts diagram shows 2 methods of fastening that nut one type has a nut then a thin locknut and the other a castle nut with a cotter pin. A picture of the whole pto assembly would be nice.

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11-07-2019 16:11:53

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 Re: spec torque case 430 in reply to sb101case, 11-07-2019 15:25:18  
I cannot locate the reference number you gave but if I am correct the pto shaft is supported by two Timken tapered roller bearings, if so the nut is tightened till the shaft has a slight preload when rotated and the nut secured so it cannot move, some types had castle nuts and a cotter pin and if I remember correctly maybe the nut edge staked down in a groove in the shaft on the other style. I do not think it had a torque setting, it should be an adjustment. I you could post pictures it would be helpful as I am relying on years ago memory.

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11-07-2019 16:50:24

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 Re: spec torque case 430 in reply to mEl, 11-07-2019 16:11:53  
Hi mEl :


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