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Woods Tiller-600 ford

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Hines77

05-01-2019 06:59:36




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I have a 5ft woods tiller. When I hook up the PTO shaft it really short and comes out when I lift up the lift. Is there any place I can find an arm extension so the PTO won't come out when I used the lift.




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Hines77

05-02-2019 22:16:42




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 Re: Woods Tiller-600 ford in reply to Hines77, 05-01-2019 06:59:36  
I have a slip cutch on my ford. With the PTO is really short. I have to have the lift up and put in the shaft when the lift is up and put the lift down to hook into. It takes two people to hook up. I think with the arm extension in would put the tiller back father and would be easier with a new PTO shaft.



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soundguy

05-01-2019 07:03:59




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 Re: Woods Tiller-600 ford in reply to Hines77, 05-01-2019 06:59:36  
i think you want a shaft extension, not arm extension.

hit a farm store, they usually make 6'12" pto shaft extensions.. get the shortest one that will work with ok overlap, but that isn't too long at minimum overall length.



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