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install PTO in 210B - never had one

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Mike Johnston

04-14-2006 12:09:02

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Trying to install a PTO in a 210-B that originally came without one. There is a plug and/or seal over the end of the mainshaft gear that will have to be removed before the long pto shaft can be slide into place. It looks like the part number is G16605 (Housing Mainshaft oil seal) where the plug appears to be glued in. Any idea how to remove the plug or the housing?

Mike Johnston

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Joe (Wa)

04-14-2006 14:12:06

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 Re: install PTO in 210B - never had one in reply to Mike Johnston, 04-14-2006 12:09:02  
Mike, I don't have a 200B parts book but the 300B should be the same, lists G16605 Housing - main shaft oil seal (front).

On the other end of the shaft, V22152 Plug - expansion (1-1/2" dia.) (for rear main drive shaft w/o P.T.O.). The plug looks like the ones on your steering spindle shafts.

Service manual shows the plug installed, with sealant, in the the shaft aft oil seal housing in-lieu of the seal.


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Mike Johnston

04-14-2006 14:32:21

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 Re: install PTO in 210B - never had one in reply to Joe (Wa), 04-14-2006 14:12:06  

Thanks for the response. I had the part numbers swapped (G16605 & G10338)

The plug came out easier than I thought it would. Drilled a 3/8" hole in it, then it just turned loose and spun out on the bit. The pto shaft then slid in place. It looks like the seal is there, and that V22152 just plugs the hole. The pto shaft fits snug in the rear shaft housing, making me believe that the seal is there. If thats not true, then the rear end will fill up with hydraulic oil, right?

Thanks again,

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Joe (Wa)

04-14-2006 17:56:59

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 Re: install PTO in 210B - never had one in reply to Mike Johnston, 04-14-2006 14:32:21  
Yes, I think you are right, the rear seal is already in there as it is on the main drive shaft.

I confused myself trying to figure it out from the manuals and not having the benefit of hands-on experience.


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Joe (Wa)

04-14-2006 14:31:53

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 Re: install PTO in 210B - never had one in reply to Joe (Wa), 04-14-2006 14:12:06  
Well I guess I didn't answer your question. I would normally drill a hole in the expansion plug and use a slide hammer or drill a small hole and screw in a large sheet metal screw or lag bolt and pry it out like you would remove a freeze plug.

The expansion plug is pressed on to a shoulder in front of where your shaft seal will be installed so there is little danger of messing up the seal housing.


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