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TO20 and PTO shaft adapter for hog

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04-11-2013 11:27:24

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I have a TO20. I bought it with a brush hog on it. I replaced the PTO shaft seal about 6mths ago. The existing PTO shaft has a small adapter that goes onto the end of the tractor PTO shaft and where the bush hot connects. Anyway, when I put it back together bush hog stayed connected to the adapter, when I went to slide the adapter back onto the PTO shaft, it didn't want to go on. I took a file to the rough burrs, still wouldn't go on - even while I was pressing the little spring in.
Anyway, I ended up driving it on with a hammer. Do you think I can pull it all apart and just replace the adapter? Is there a trick that I don't know about

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04-11-2013 17:04:00

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 Re: TO20 and PTO shaft adapter for hog in reply to LawrenceS, 04-11-2013 11:27:24  
Ok, so the adapter has spring, that release it from the bush hog female 1 3/8 PTO connection.
Once i get the bush hog off the adapter, I can drive out the pin in the adapter and it should pull off the back of the 1 1/8 PTO shaft coming out of the back of the tractor.
TSC or farm and fleet would have a new adapter.


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04-11-2013 19:06:28

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 Re: TO20 and PTO shaft adapter for hog in reply to LawrenceS, 04-11-2013 17:04:00  
you must be talking over riding clutch ? TSC and FLEET FARM OR Farm & Fleet sells them

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04-11-2013 16:57:36

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 Re: TO20 and PTO shaft adapter for hog in reply to LawrenceS, 04-11-2013 11:27:24  
are you talking about the splined bushing about 21/2 inches long that increases the shaft size? and is held on with a role pin ? if so tractor supply should have them or Fleet Farm and Farm and Fleet has them

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04-11-2013 16:54:06

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 Re: TO20 and PTO shaft adapter for hog in reply to LawrenceS, 04-11-2013 11:27:24  
trying to make sense out of what your asking: so the adapter is 1 3/8 not the standard size of 1 1/8 and you can't pull it out of the shaft for the brush hog You can replace the adapter it bolts through the hole on the pto it's not gonna be easy getting that out That spring is to release the adapter

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