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Ford 960 PTO shaft replacement

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ridgeandvalley

06-18-2019 07:59:37




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I posted a last week that I had ordered a PTO shaft from YT to replace a twisted one on my Ford 960. The part came yesterday. There are a couple of things that I wanted to check on before I try to put it into the tractor. First, the bushing (is that the right term for the bulkier part that seals tight where the PTO emerges from the tractor?) is quite a bit shorter than the original design, and secondly, the rough surface shown in the picture below. I assume that since that isn't turning, it shouldn't make a big difference, but could it increase the chances of oil leakage?
I really want to get the new piece in and see if it works and the 960 can get back up and running, but thought I'd do a quick check here first to make sure everything looks compatible. Thanks!

new piece on the left / old on right

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showcrop

06-18-2019 15:47:30




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 Re: Ford 960 PTO shaft replacement in reply to ridgeandvalley, 06-18-2019 07:59:37  
One of mine came with a shaft that protrudes less than original. It has been a minor problem when using my Kuhn tedder, but nothing else.



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ridgeandvalley

06-18-2019 08:04:23




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 Re: Ford 960 PTO shaft replacement in reply to ridgeandvalley, 06-18-2019 07:59:37  
Sorry for the blurry picture... it was nice and sharp on the computer... let's try a little higher resolution.



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Grandpa love

06-18-2019 14:03:54




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 Re: Ford 960 PTO shaft replacement in reply to ridgeandvalley, 06-18-2019 08:04:23  
We had to replace a shaft in a 640 once, it looked different than original one. Sorta like yours do. It worked fine.



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