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59(?) G - PTO question

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joejunior

10-29-2020 19:09:42




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Can a pto be added to this G by removing the plate at the rear differential? What all is needed?

Would there be a lever or mechanism to activate it?





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ChrisQ

10-30-2020 20:33:10




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 Re: 59(?) G - PTO question in reply to joejunior, 10-29-2020 19:09:42  
I would have one in Minnesota. As always they are heavy so location would help a lot, not very hard to find parts so closer is always better. You will want the shaft also that goes in the rear end.



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molinegb

10-30-2020 05:10:39




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 Re: 59(?) G - PTO question in reply to joejunior, 10-29-2020 19:09:42  
Park on steep incline with nose down. That way you won't have to drain oil to replace.



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jnf

10-30-2020 04:22:14




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 Re: 59(?) G - PTO question in reply to joejunior, 10-29-2020 19:09:42  
PTO from a U, UB, or GVI will work. Just unbolt assembly from tractor, where yours has a bolt plate. Then reach into rear end and simply grab and pull out the drive shaft. Will fit right into your G. Also a Pto from a Z will work, but the drive shaft will need to be shortened, maybe by a machine shop.



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Rich'sToys

10-29-2020 20:57:20




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 Re: 59(?) G - PTO question in reply to joejunior, 10-29-2020 19:09:42  
Not familiar with the G, but at Farmamerica we added a PTO to a U. I believe the plate they took off the back was the same as yours. If I recall, it was the PTO unit itself, with the shield of course, plus I believe there was an internal shaft which connected the PTO unit to the gears in the rear end.
Best to get hold of a parts book and verify what you need.



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Ill John

10-30-2020 16:47:04




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 Re: 59(?) G - PTO question in reply to Rich'sToys, 10-29-2020 20:57:20  
I've got a couple of those in extreme northeast Illinois



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