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07-03-2020 17:41:57

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The pto on my cub pops out of gear, My question is in following my service manual to disassemble the shaft I should remove the pto shaft and then the shifter rod. Do I remove the rod from the inside and if so how do I keep the pto clutch from sliding off the shaft?I suspect the shifter rod is worn to the extent that it does not hold the clutch in position to keep the pto shaft and the tractor drive shaft connected.I suspect there is a simple trick to this job. Will some one with more experience clue me in? I really appreciate tyhe advice I get from this forum!

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Ron W

07-04-2020 18:15:53

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 Re: cub loboy pto in reply to cheif, 07-03-2020 17:41:57  
Ok, you have to take off the gear shifter, aka the top of the trans. Then you take off the pto boss. Reverse it to put it back together. You need the. Top off so that you can align and so that you can change out the gear shifter easier.

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John M

07-04-2020 06:17:47

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 Re: cub loboy pto in reply to cheif, 07-03-2020 17:41:57  
Is this a numbered series Lo Boy? Older LoBoys don't have a PTO clutch.

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07-04-2020 13:19:57

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 Re: cub loboy pto in reply to John M, 07-04-2020 06:17:47  
My service and parts manual for this 58 loboy both refer to the part in question as a clutch.My question is how do I remove the lever that moves the clutch to connect the tractor drive shaft to the pto shaft. Any advice welcome!

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John M

07-04-2020 13:42:45

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 Re: cub loboy pto in reply to cheif, 07-04-2020 13:19:57  
AH, OK. Ive only been in a Cub trans once, but IIRC, theres a set screw on the "clutch". Loosen it, slide the whole PTO out.

Someone correct me if Im wrong.

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