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Select-0-speed PTO cable parts question

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gofast12

05-17-2018 18:14:26




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I have a '64 4000 4cylinder with a select-o-speed. The piece that comes through the hood has stripped threads on both ends. If I disconnect the cable will it pull out through that cast piece so I can just replace that cast piece if I can find one?




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gofast12

05-25-2018 04:47:02




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 Re: Select-0-speed PTO cable parts question in reply to gofast12, 05-17-2018 18:14:26  
Thanks.



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Larry NCKS

05-17-2018 20:17:42




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 Re: Select-0-speed PTO cable parts question in reply to gofast12, 05-17-2018 18:14:26  
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You must be talking about the PTO cable???? The T handle unpins from that assembly. Other than that, the only piece that should be removable from the body is the conduit. It should only be removable from the cable if the entire assembly is separated completely from the tractor.
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. . . and I repeat DO NOT attempt any of this without a thorough knowledge of procedure or you'll have more problems than you know what to do with.

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riveroadrat

05-17-2018 19:22:41




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 Re: Select-0-speed PTO cable parts question in reply to gofast12, 05-17-2018 18:14:26  
Someone just posted on that a day or so back. Click on modern veiw and at the search bar at the top type in SOS cable replacement. When the page resets hit search again. I hear you have to be careful around those when they are running.



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