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Ford 6610 pto slips

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mikewood869

07-31-2020 18:59:42




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If the pto slips on a Ford 6610 under load does that mean it needs a rear split or could I pull out the pto shaft?




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mikewood869

08-01-2020 06:10:22




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 Re: Ford 6610 pto slips in reply to mikewood869, 07-31-2020 18:59:42  
Thank you. Sometimes the pto will start slow or not kick on for a few seconds and other times it will be normal.



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Bern

07-31-2020 21:37:34




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 Re: Ford 6610 pto slips in reply to mikewood869, 07-31-2020 18:59:42  
If your tractor does not have Load Monitor (and most 6610s did not), the PTO clutch can be accessed the easiest by removing the 3-point lift cover. That said, the first thing you should do is some pressure testing, because it's entirely possible that the low pressure which is causing the slip could be caused by something going on in the Dual Power.



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Bern

07-31-2020 21:39:50




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 Re: Ford 6610 pto slips in reply to Bern, 07-31-2020 21:37:34  
One more thing: the short tube and plug referenced by nashranch does not apply to the 10 series tractors.



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nashranch

07-31-2020 20:54:07




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 Re: Ford 6610 pto slips in reply to mikewood869, 07-31-2020 18:59:42  
I was able to access the pto clutch on my 6600 by removing the top cover. There is plug and a short tube you have to remove first. Bern can explain it better. Also don't forget tge hidden cover bolt under the right rockshaft arm.



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Sean in PA

07-31-2020 20:32:29




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 Re: Ford 6610 pto slips in reply to mikewood869, 07-31-2020 18:59:42  
The PTO shaft is just a stub that won't give you access to anything when you pull it out. The clutch pack and/or the hydraulics that control it is the likely source of the problem. I don't know if you can get to them by pulling the top cover or if it requires a split on that model.



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