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PTO on Super-C

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Chet

09-04-2001 16:37:18




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I have a '52 (?) Super-C and the rear PTO for a brushhog quit working. The side shaft for the belt pulley still engages and turns. The shaft will turn from momentum, but if held in place it won't. It appears to have slide out abit. I will check to see if the retaining bolt is tight, but would appreciate any input.




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Randy Red

09-05-2001 19:05:14




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 Re: PTO on Super-C in reply to Chet, 09-04-2001 16:37:18  
Chet, Had about the same problem on my "C". It turned out that the PTO shaft had sheared right in front of the gear. I had to replace the shaft, bearings, and seals. Cost me about $125 altogether. Figure I got out cheap at that. Hope your problem is simpler like the one about the key being out.

RR



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gene b

09-04-2001 20:45:26




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 Re: PTO on Super-C in reply to Chet, 09-04-2001 16:37:18  
better take the assy off the sliding shaft that enguages to the output shaft in the trans might be worn you wont know until its removed not that hard to do be careful all the grease in the trans will run out probably needs new anyhow



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Tim - Maine

09-04-2001 20:03:22




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 Re: PTO on Super-C in reply to Chet, 09-04-2001 16:37:18  
I have a 53 Super C and recently bought a Sickle bar mower for it. I had engaged the pto before but never used it for anything before this so I thought mine worked too. Well after monkeying around with the mower set up for a day I was ready to go mowing but when I engaged the pto it didn't do anything but the belt pulley was going. So I took the pto assembly and shaft out and found that the woodruff key in the actuating mechanism casing was sheared off. It looked as though it wasn't quite the right size one that was in there, seems this probably had happened to the previous owner and he put in whatever he had around. It's really simple and self explainatory to do when you get it apart the worst part was getting the inner end of the pto shaft back in place beacause the shaft goes in about 2 and a half feet to where it meshes with its gears but I just messed with it for a minutes and she finally slid into place.

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Haas

09-04-2001 17:16:20




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 Re: PTO on Super-C in reply to Chet, 09-04-2001 16:37:18  
The belt pulley and the PTO run from the same shaft. There is a gear on that shaft that runs the PTO shaft and another gear that runs the belt pulley. If the belt pulley runs and the PTO does not, the something is wrong in the gear on the PTO shaft that meshes on the common drive shaft for the pulley and PTO. If the PTO shaft has slid out, the likely the gears are no longer in mesh. It's not exactly clear to me from looking at the parts diagram as to how all this is held together. It does look to me though that you are going to have to remove the PTO/pulley assembly from the transmission to fix the problem.

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