Re: Dean 5 speed keyway fix in reply to Dean, 03-11-2019 07:46:28
I had a problem with 3-r but it was just a broken detent spring. I don't need to pull it now. The manual just gives breakdown instructions. I'm pulling the input for seal replacement. I have another one split that needs a 311266 thrust washer. The parts manual is a little fuzzy on that washer as it shows it for the single input and the double input. I know that the single has those 3 washers on the tranny input just like the double does. There's really no place for it on the single input as it already has those 3 washers but the double pto shaft that i took out of the other tractor didn't have a bronze washer between the pto input gear and that big steel washer that HoboNC said that he belled with a press to give it more width.
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Looking for a John Deere 50, 520 or 530 in good shape and preferably with power steering and three point. May be interested in a 620 or 630. Thank you.
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