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4010 pto gear

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Robertc2017

02-14-2020 12:11:17




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How and what do I need to delete the 1000 pto gear.

I've made a similar post before but just getting around to fixing it and cant find the old thread.




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Tim S

02-14-2020 15:30:51




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 Re: 4010 pto gear in reply to Robertc2017, 02-14-2020 12:11:17  
Pull the shift pin out of the center of the shaft, cut a 24" or so piece to keep the oil in the rear of the shaft..make a "Tee" shaped piece like in my picture,(The one in the pic was a rough draft)it will slip through the slot in the shaft and the collar will capture it,, shape it to were it will keep the gear from rubbing the trans case,( I don't have the dimensions ), then #33 collar up against it,,Then #38 spacer,,then #40 gear, then delete #39 gear, now place #33 collar on with the flat side to the rear,then put the small spacer ring in and the snap ring,, now measure the space between the gear and the back of the collar and make a spacer/bushing out of the right size pipe then remove the collar putting the spacer in place to hold the large gear in place,,be sure the gear don't rub the trans case on the back side and it stays in place to greet the idler gear..

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Tx Jim

02-14-2020 12:49:24




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 Re: 4010 pto gear in reply to Robertc2017, 02-14-2020 12:11:17  
On the 3010/4010 tractors that I converted to 540 rpm only pto speed I removed the 1000 rpm drive gear(key 39) & shift rod(key 59) then I substituted 2 capscrews with Teflon lock nuts that were larger diameter than tiny shift pin(key 32) that would fit through slot in pto driveshaft utilizing capscrews & machinery washers to hold all remaining pto components in correct place. One needs to install a expansion plug in the hole in rear of driveshaft to stop oil from leaking. I never had a tractor that I converted to 540 only that I was aware of return to dealership for pto drive gear problems

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Robertc2017

02-14-2020 15:33:13




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 Re: 4010 pto gear in reply to Tx Jim, 02-14-2020 12:49:24  
I'm guessing you used washers behind the 540 shift collar and in front of the gear then a bolt to hold it in place and no pin is needed through the collar.



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