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Tom Westerfield

10-18-2000 16:39:37

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The lock ring broke and I've lost the spring loaded pin that allows an implement PTO universal joint to be slipped on the tractor PTO. Local parts stores indicate that they don't have the "old ones". They just stock metric. Does anyone know a source or have a couple extra laying around?

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Kerry Miller

10-19-2000 19:33:51

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 Re: PTO Pin in reply to Tom Westerfield, 10-18-2000 16:39:37  
I just got one a couple of weeks ago, the whole assembly, from Tractor Supply in Greenville, TX for about $4.00. It has the new pin, spring and retainer clip.

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10-19-2000 19:00:23

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 Re: PTO Pin in reply to Tom Westerfield, 10-18-2000 16:39:37  
I run into this at plumbing places too - they only stock replacement parts for new stuff. If it's 20 years old 'soory, thats an old item, we don't bother carrying parts...

Well, if something 1 year old breaks I'm not going to bother buying parts for the cheap ^&%$% - I want to buy parts for the old reliable stuff!


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Ray Peterson

10-19-2000 13:37:03

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 Re: PTO Pin in reply to Tom Westerfield, 10-18-2000 16:39:37  
I got a pin and spring assembly for my pto collar at Quality Farm and Fleet - they have a selection of several different ones. Think I saw one like you described. Mine required the edge of the hole to be "upset" with a punch to keep the pin from springing out.

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10-19-2000 13:13:21

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 Re: PTO Pin in reply to Tom Westerfield, 10-18-2000 16:39:37  
I don't know about the pin, but I use a standard cotter pin in my Cub pto, which has a through-hole. The splines are taking all the rotational force. The pin simply keeps the u-joint on the pto. Use the largest pin that will fit. Check it occasionaly for signs of wear, and replace if necessary.

My Case has the larger, standard six spline pto with a groove for the locking collar. I would think you could cut a piece of small bar stock to replace the pin, and purchase a new spring. If not, try Tractor Supply Co. They sell parts for the pto shaft...may require a whole new snap ring end.

Good luck.

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