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4010 pto repair for tim s or tx jim

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05-21-2011 22:05:29

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hey you guys i got my 4010 split but not sure of the permanent fix for the pto i know tim says use a piece of steel and make a T but where does go and do i need to remove the pin in the center of pto shaft and jim said remove 1000 gear and shim the 540 gear and put in bolts not sure where to put these the tractor is split sittin in my shop so it would be awesome for a little further assistance thanks ahead of time

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05-27-2011 06:53:30

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 Re: 4010 pto repair for tim s or tx jim in reply to travz500, 05-21-2011 22:05:29  

1. Bushogs and 4010 pto,s not good.
2. There are a lot of part after you split it.
3. It's hard and cost a lot to get the MEC. to put it back together at your TREE.

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Tim S

05-22-2011 07:39:32

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 Re: 4010 pto repair for tim s or tx jim in reply to travz500, 05-21-2011 22:05:29  
Yes Jim the rod needs to come out. I make a "T" shaped piece to insert through the shaft, going through the slot in the shaft, then letting it come up against the 540 gear ane shift collar using the exsisting snap-ring groove to hold it all in place. I did have a temp-plate around here to make them from,,but can't seem to find it now, Darn it. years ago we had cut a "new" snap ring groove to hold it in 540, but it set up a shear point and didn' work out well,sounded like a good idea at the time. No matter how you deal with it the 4010 has a weak shaft, with that slot cut in the middle letting it "shoot it's self in the foot". The 'shock' a large brush hog can put on it brings the bad out....

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Tx Jim

05-22-2011 05:16:40

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 Re: 4010 pto repair for tim s or tx jim in reply to BushogPapa, 05-21-2011 22:05:29  

I can't comment on Tim's way of altering the pto to only 540 only just my idea.

Yes with my way you must remove the shift rod & all associated parts inside the pto shaft. The bolts I referred to go through the slots that the tiny pins were going through while pinned to shift collars. These bolts just hold the "540 drive gear" & shims in correct place to mesh with the "540 driven gear". You can call me if you wish 8 one 7*five 1 seven*1 five 9 zero.

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