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Sean in PA
In addition to the great advice already offered, I want to add one more thing:
DO NOT GRAB THE PTO WITH YOUR HANDS... EVER!!
People have been crippled or killed doing that. That tractor can put out over 30 hp at the PTO and even one horsepower is more than enough to cause permanent damage to your body parts, and even death. If you want to test how strong the PTO is turning, use a piece of 2x lumber as a lever and press the wood into the side of the PTO shaft to try to slow or stop it.
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