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M pto gasket

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fred kobs

10-03-2018 19:08:46




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Hey guys, was hoping somebody had a to scale picture of the gasket that goes in front? back? of the pto seal/bearing retainer. Just flushed the rear and filled with new, expensive gear lube. naturally in the dark corner of the shop after i installed the new pto seal i got the housing upside down. went to flip it and tore the gasket. now i need to replace the gasket and can't watch $ run out of it whle i cut a gasket. Thanks in advance for any help. and if you find this funny, please dont share, i will also probably chuckle about it later, much later. thanks again. Fred

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fred kobs

10-03-2018 21:51:35




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 Re: M pto gasket in reply to fred kobs, 10-03-2018 19:08:46  
just came in from doing just that scott. thanks. had to add a couple blocks to the idea tho. it came to me about 10 minutes after the evening beverage. Reds, I don't have the strength i did as a less old guy, 2nd heart attack fixed that. takes me forever in a day to get things done anymore. anyhow its sealed up and under a roof now and the road is almost dry so it can rain about daylight. hasnt rained here for about 36 hrs now so we are due...

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FastFarmall

10-05-2018 04:27:06




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 Re: M pto gasket in reply to fred kobs, 10-03-2018 21:51:35  
But Fred, the good news is if it rains before 7,it will done by Eleven, and that you can put in the bank!



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scott mcintosh

10-03-2018 19:35:08




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 Re: M pto gasket in reply to fred kobs, 10-03-2018 19:08:46  
Park tractor facing down hill then remove flange.Scott



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rustred

10-03-2018 19:11:49




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 Re: M pto gasket in reply to fred kobs, 10-03-2018 19:08:46  
whats wrong with draining the oil into a clean pail or pails? then make a gasket.



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DeltaRed

10-03-2018 19:18:01




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 Re: M pto gasket in reply to rustred, 10-03-2018 19:11:49  
My thoughts exactly.....



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