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3 cyl 1968 4000 select-o-speed stripped input shaft

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wink4000

11-01-2017 16:51:51




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Hey Folks, I had posted a little over a month ago about hearing a grinding noise and my tractor getting stuck in park -- here is link: https://www.yesterdaystractors.com/cgi-bin/viewit.cgi?bd=ford&th=634433

I am just now getting to splitting it. Turns out the splines for the input shaft are stripped, as well as the torque limiting clutch "sleeve"- stripped also. So the torque limiting clutch is easy enough to replace, but obviously the "input shaft" (not sure if that is proper name for it...) is not. Sean is PA suggested that I talk to John Smith, who does a really cool repair of these inputs for "1959-64 only" and as I found out after emailing him, that only is firm. He will not touch the '65-'75 4000's. So my question: is this slightly more modern input shaft easier to find or am I in the same boat as my 4 cylinder predecessors?

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tequila

11-02-2017 07:42:46




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 Re: 3 cyl 1968 4000 select-o-speed stripped input shaft in reply to wink4000, 11-01-2017 16:51:51  
Had an outfit that repaired several of these by grinding your input shaft square, then cutting out the center of the TLC and welding in a matching heavy square tube. Could cut a section of TLC housing and weld the square on. None of these failed after considerable use. Certainly not as good as replacing parts but WAY cheaper.



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Destroked 450

11-01-2017 22:52:30




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 Re: 3 cyl 1968 4000 select-o-speed stripped input shaft in reply to wink4000, 11-01-2017 16:51:51  
4000 single spd pto uses the same shaft # CJPN7B496B

Clutch coupler # D0NN7A539B shows to still be available. $504

A good machine shop could make a hub or find a coupler the correct size and spline count and weld it to the old disc.



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Larry NCKS

11-01-2017 22:29:00




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 Re: 3 cyl 1968 4000 select-o-speed stripped input shaft in reply to wink4000, 11-01-2017 16:51:51  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to see

My shaft is a 10 spline single speed PTO. Part # CJPN7B496B



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Larry NCKS

11-01-2017 22:18:13




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 Re: 3 cyl 1968 4000 select-o-speed stripped input shaft in reply to wink4000, 11-01-2017 16:51:51  
I've got a good one out of a 3000. Likely the same. My email should be available in modern view.



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Royse

11-01-2017 19:40:37




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 Re: 3 cyl 1968 4000 select-o-speed stripped input shaft in reply to wink4000, 11-01-2017 16:51:51  
Maybe you can see the TLC splines here.
third party image



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royse

11-01-2017 19:37:16




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 Re: 3 cyl 1968 4000 select-o-speed stripped input shaft in reply to wink4000, 11-01-2017 16:51:51  
Wink, Destroked may be on the right path here.
The guy I bought that engine from was parting it out because the transmission had trouble.
While I was there he told me that he was told there probably wasn't anything wrong but adjustments.
That didn't matter to him, he wanted the rear end and the rest was going.
He was going to scrap the tranny. I have the TLC here. The splines in it are badly worn too.
I still have his contact information and can contact him for you if interested.
He's just north of Dayton, OH. My email is open.

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wink4000

11-01-2017 21:51:59




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 Re: 3 cyl 1968 4000 select-o-speed stripped input shaft in reply to royse, 11-01-2017 19:37:16  
Thanks guys, I messaged you royse. Just out of curiosity, does anyone have/know where to find a part number for that input shaft? I realize its hard to find but I cant even locate a picture of the thing other than the 1959-64 version on John Smith's website.



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Destroked 450

11-01-2017 17:52:48




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 Re: 3 cyl 1968 4000 select-o-speed stripped input shaft in reply to wink4000, 11-01-2017 16:51:51  
Look up a post 3000OH made Oct 22

It's a CL ad about a gay parting out a 4000 SOS

Royce bought the engine and Ultradog got some parts also.

Call the guy up about the SOS parts, he didn't say why he was parting it but you may get lucky.



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