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Buckshot Farms

01-27-2013 16:12:18

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hi figured you guys could help as always we recently bought a farmall H to add to the collection im getting ready to restore it and it has one of the tractor supply pto override clutch on the pto shaft how do you remove them cant figure it out for the life of me?
Thanks aaron

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Dave S.

01-27-2013 16:25:30

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 Re: pto override clutch in reply to Buckshot Farms, 01-27-2013 16:12:18  
Take the grease zerks out, have the hole where the grease zerk was facing up so you can see it, now hold the overiding clutch and turn the tractor pto shaft in the direction so it clicks. You should find a spring pin to drive out.

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Greg K

01-27-2013 16:15:24

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 Re: pto override clutch in reply to Buckshot Farms, 01-27-2013 16:12:18  
IIRC you remove the grese zirks and drive out the roll pin. There is also a snap ring that holds things together also but it may not get you where you need to be.

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Brian Schmidt

01-27-2013 16:19:24

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 Re: pto override clutch in reply to Greg K, 01-27-2013 16:15:24  
That is correct. Remove the zerks and drive out the roll pin. Then it will come off. May be stuck or froze on and need some persuasion.

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