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B John Deere pto increaser help

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eboor1995

01-12-2020 16:45:15




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I have a 43 B John Deere with a 1 1/8 pto and want to keep that since my no 5 mower uses that size but needed an increser for feed wagon and manure spreader so I bought the one on left first and it bottoms out 1/2 inch before it lines up with hole in pto to put drive pin in so I got the one on right the sleve but can't see how it will latch the implement side pto on without the groves since they have the quick connect. Has anyone used these? Thanks

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J.Wondergem

01-14-2020 06:09:20




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 Re: B John Deere pto increaser help in reply to eboor1995, 01-12-2020 16:45:15  
If it goes on far enough to work, just bore another hole for the pin.



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Tx Jim

01-14-2020 03:31:33




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 Re: B John Deere pto increaser help in reply to eboor1995, 01-12-2020 16:45:15  
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It appears to me if tractor pto shaft is bottoming out inside adapter in photo one would have to shorten top end for adapter in order for it to fit on tractor pto shaft



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Richard G.

01-13-2020 05:58:09




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 Re: B John Deere pto increaser help in reply to eboor1995, 01-12-2020 16:45:15  
I hate the one on the right. They will break easily.
Go buy an over running clutch and measure the depth before you buy it.
Richard
https://www.yesterdaystractors.com/C670F_PTO-Overide-Clutch_9653.htm



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greenmech

01-12-2020 19:50:36




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 Re: B John Deere pto increaser help in reply to eboor1995, 01-12-2020 16:45:15  
I would have to check, but I may have one that would work for you. Ron MN



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D-

01-12-2020 17:28:00




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 Re: B John Deere pto increaser help in reply to eboor1995, 01-12-2020 16:45:15  
Why don't you shorten the left one?



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eboor1995

01-12-2020 17:53:33




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 Re: B John Deere pto increaser help in reply to D-, 01-12-2020 17:28:00  
That wouldn't work. It's the female end on the left one that stops before it goes on tractor enough to line up hole for drive pin.



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matthies

01-13-2020 19:28:31




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 Re: B John Deere pto increaser help in reply to eboor1995, 01-12-2020 17:53:33  
I'm with D- on this, so cut off the female end(no splines) and put it on. Please tell us why we are wrong.



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teddy52food

01-12-2020 19:10:23




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 Re: B John Deere pto increaser help in reply to eboor1995, 01-12-2020 17:53:33  
Get that end machined out on a lathe or milling machine.



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