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John deere 4010

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burnsg2003

09-15-2020 18:39:10




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I have a john deere 4010 some how when I was bush hogging I seem to have twisted the pto shaft can this be replaced from the rear or will it have to be split. Any comments appreciated




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Tx Jim

09-16-2020 06:14:33




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 Re: John deere 4010 in reply to burnsg2003, 09-15-2020 18:39:10  
When installing shaft utilize loc-tite on bolt threads



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Tx Jim

09-16-2020 06:06:06




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 Re: John deere 4010 in reply to burnsg2003, 09-15-2020 18:39:10  
4010 RC=rowcrop with 6 cyl engine 80 pto horsepower

4010 CUT=compact utilty tractor with 3 cyl 14 pto HP



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burnsg2003

09-16-2020 17:29:55




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 Re: John deere 4010 in reply to Tx Jim, 09-16-2020 06:06:06  
Mine is the row crop with 6 cylinder diesel



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Tx Jim

09-16-2020 03:37:26




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 Re: John deere 4010 in reply to burnsg2003, 09-15-2020 18:39:10  
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4010 CUT or RC?
I highly recommend to loosen cutter slip clutch if applicable or acquire/utilize correct driveline shear bolt.

4010 CUT will require a trans split.

4010 RC pto shaft repair procedure would be determined where twist is located. If twist is at stub shaft unbolt 4 bolts then R&R shaft. If twist is located in different location a trans split would be required.

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burnsg2003

09-16-2020 05:48:44




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 Re: John deere 4010 in reply to Tx Jim, 09-16-2020 03:37:26  
The twist is on the outside on the splined shift it. SO if I am understanding correctly I can unbolt it at the back an replace basically the splined shaft. Not sure when you refer to RC what that means. Thanks



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svcummins

09-15-2020 19:49:44




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 Re: John deere 4010 in reply to burnsg2003, 09-15-2020 18:39:10  
Should be able to just unbolt it .



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